Romain Jerome is probably best known for making watches out of the actual materials recovered from the sunken Titanic. Since 2004, this exotic watch brand has been offering unique and unmistakable timepieces that are both instantly recognizable and highly desirable. At its inception, the brand’s founders developed the “Hole in One Golf Counter”, a world-first in timepiece-based golf-score trackers. Following the tremendous success of this watch, the brand embarked on an entire collection which today includes TITANIC-DNA, MOON-DNA and EYJAFJALLAJOKULL-DNA, watches forged respectively from parts of the storied luxury ship, the moon and the active Icelandic volcano.
Red gold & Anthracite PVD-coated steel containing parts of Apollo XI case, (20mm thick) Sapphire crystal, Anthracite PVD-coated steel with 18K rose gold lugs bezel, and sapphire screw down case back
Grey dial containing Moon Dust with laser engraved stellar-patterned and integrated traverses, Red lacquer arrow hands and engraved roman numeral markers
Power reserve of 42 hours, and Rose Gold with black rubber screw down crown
Calibre RJ3000-A, 28’800 vph, 4 Hz, 32 Jewels movement, Water Resistance: 3 ATM/30 Meters/100 Feet
Black leather strap, Black PVD Steel pin buckle, 25mm wide and fits up to a 8 inch wrist