The classic, and high-end watchmaking brand, JeanRichard is pleased to present the new JeanRichard Terrascope Blue. This new addition to the Terrascope collection is quite formal, yet it has an edge to it that is undeniable.
This watch features an elaborately constructed 44mm stainless steel, cushion shaped case, which is the modus operandi of most JeanRichard timepieces. The case is both polished and satin finished for a look that is both eye-catching and subtle all at the same time. The screw locked main crown carries JeanRichard’s logo, and also aids with the water resistance, whaich stands at 100 meters. The caseback is solid stainless steel, and it is stamped with the logo of this forward thinking Swiss manufacturer.
The bracelet for this Terrascope in blue is also crafted from stainless steel. This aspect of the watch comes with an alternating polished and satin finish that complememnts the aesthetics of the case. The JeanRichard Terrascope Blue is also available with a blue bracelet. The steel bracelet is secured using a triple folding clasp, while the alligator option is fastened with a traditional pin buckle made from stainless steel.
The blue lacquered dial captures the eye with its exclusive intensity. The dial is finished with applied indexes that are equipped with lume for nighttime readability. The seconds and minutes hands are oversized, adding top the overall legibility of the watch. The red tipped seconds hand makes gives this timepiece a slightly sporty demeanor, which I rather like. At the 3 position is a date aperture.
The movement of this new JeanRichard model is the self-winding JR60. The JR60 has 26 jewels, and alternates at 28,800 vibration per hour. The autonomy of this timepiece is a 38 hour power reserve. The movement starts as a Selitta base SW300-1, which is then modified and assembled at JeanRichard’s atelier in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.