ROUSSEAU Gents Vibrato Automatic Dual Watch Grey & Burgundy Leather Strap/Silver White & Rose Gold Dials.
Rousseau Gents Vibrato Automatic Dual Watch Grey & Burgundy Leather Strap/Silver White & Rose Gold Dials
How do you keep time for two separate time zones simultaneously? Most often the other time zone is shown through a secondary sub-dial on the larger face itself. Well the craftsmen from Rousseau have taken the concept an extra step further. This timepiece has two complete timekeeping dials: one on the front and on the back. Each work separately and yet together care of the ingenious automatic movement hidden within. Even if you're not worried about two timezones, this watch is also appealing for its versatility. Even the case and strap are different on each side so you essentially have two different watch styles in one.
41mm x 13mm stainless steel case
Mobile lug attachments
205mm x 20mm reversible genuine leather strap
Stainless steel buckle
Up to 3 ATM
One year limited manufacturer's warranty
One of the oldest watches bearing a signature from a Geneva Master Watchmaker lies in the Cluny Museum, Paris,France. The signature is that of Jean Rousseau engraved upon the case of a watch taking the form of Death's Head. In engraving his signature upon such a startling creation, perhaps Rousseau cheated mortality somewhat. Less romantic is the notion that years of making timepieces must have agreed with him, for he lived to be an old man of nearly 80, from 1606 to 1684.
Whether or not one cares to read a mystery into Jean Rousseau's legacy, the truth of the matter is he is quite immortal. Mortality, however, was not cheated. Immortality was earned.
And so, today the Rousseau family of watches carries on as immortal as time itself, as memorable as the genius-family of watchmakers. These timepieces carry the spirit of their namesake with movements as smooth as the heavens with a polished glacial finish, and as sturdy and firm as the mountains surrounding a Swiss village.