Would you wear a watch made from salvaged Land Rover Defender and Series III?
REC Watches is working on two new timepieces, based on the Defender and Land Rover Series III
You may have heard of REC Watches, it's been mentioned on DT before, a Danish company that specializes in watches made from salvaged components taken from Porsche 911s, Ford Mustangs, Spitfire Aircrafts and old MINIS.
REC recently introduced a special edition watch, available in two variants, in partnership Akira Nakai / RWB / RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF and now, after three years in development, they're ready to unveil the new Limited RNR Collection, handcrafted from two iconic Land Rover vehicles.
Both watches are going to be powered by a 26-jewel Sellita SW200-1 movement with a 38-hour power reserve and they're going to be based on the 2003 Land Rover Defender and the 1981 Land Rover Series III respectively.
The RNR Beachrunner, handcrafted from a 1981 Land Rover Series III, is going to be limited to 552 pieces whereas production for the RNR Rockfighter, handcrafted from the door of a 2003 Land Rover Defender, is limited to 463 pieces.
These watches are going to be revealed on October 1st and you can sign up and find more information about them here.