In January we browsed through quite a few novelties but JEANRICHARD preserved other versions for Baselworld, too. The brand and its timepieces are connected to exploration, dynamism, travel and a slightly different mindset. Their “Philosophy of Life” proclaims the joy of discovery and they target individuals with an independent soul. “Philosophers” are from very diverse areas of life but they are driven by a similar spirit. A natural choice for the company was to give these people the stylish and reliable companion for travelling. On the Terrascope GMT we can read the time in two time zones at a glance. Currently the watches are with blue, grey or black dial with a polished and vertically satin-finished stainless steel case. I really would love to see this globetrotter also in the colours of the rainbow which is typical for JEANRICHARD.
The limited edition Terrascope Chrono Carbon preserves the shape of the Terrascope pieces but in full black and carbon. The case is a multi-layer carbon-fibre creation made out of unidirectional carbon fibres (the carbon filaments stand in one direction in each layer, but the different layers are placed in different directions compared to each other – thus improving the strength) to achieve a great resistance and wear-proofness. The dial is also carbon, decorated with black matte finished counters, applied rhodium coated indexes and hands with luminescent elements. The 44mm diameter looks slightly heavyweight especially compared to the new 39mm collection, but it is light and easy to wear due to the material.
JEANRICHARD fans had already a nice range of options in the straps: leather, rubber, alligator, ostrich straps or the alligator skin textured elastic rubber of the strap (called Rubbergator). Now here is the NATO strap in different colours – a great match to the Aeroscope aviator’s watches.
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