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Baselworld 2010 Preview Rebellion Predator

February 7, 2010

In its two years of existence, Rebellion has built a solid reputation with exceptional timepieces - chronographs, regulators and tourbillions - inspired by the world of automobile racing. Conceived in collaboration with the designer Eric Giroud, the Predator also borrows many of its features from racing cars: the brake discs and the pedals, the five-layer dial with its honeycomb base, and the push rod shaped bridges connecting the chronograph counters to the dial. Not to mention the formidable technical mastery of the double sectorial seconds hand at 9 o'clock: the shorter hand indicates 0 to 30 seconds, with the longer one taking over for 30 to 60 seconds. The case is constructed in a sandwich of superimposed layers available in various materials, so there are many ways to personalise the timepiece.

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Technical Specifications

Movement
Automatic, RE-1 calibre, 28,800 vib/h, 50-hour power reserve

Functions
Hours, minutes, sectorial seconds, chronograph, date

Case
Red gold, red gold/ceramic, steel, steel/ceramic
Numbered middle
Bezel affixed with 8 Rebellion screws
Red gold or steel crown with rubber ring
Screw-down sapphire back
Water-resistant to 100 m

Dial
DLC black honeycomb
Red gold or steel hourmarkers with Superluminova
Hour, minute and sectorial seconds counters at 6, 3 and 9 o'clock respectively
Date window at 4.30

Bracelet/Strap
Black rubber with red gold, ceramic or steel patented folding clasp

Baselworld, Rebellion


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