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The integrated bracelet watch has become an icon, one that emerged from the ’70s as a response to a design-centric world. Or did it?
Neither a round or square, the tonneau watch remains a popular, stylish option, proving curvy is sexy.
In the unforgiving depths under the sea, the dive watch has but one function: to determine when you must turn back, or never at all.
Revolution pays tribute to the best chronograph movement there ever was, the Omega Calibre 321 (also known as the Lemania 2310).