Movement : 17 Jewel Automatic Wind ETA 2824-2 with quick set date.
Watch case : 36mm All steel case with screw on display back. Mineral glass front and back.
Dial: Available in white or black with calendar. Super luminova on all three hands.
Band: 18mm Leather.
These watches are assembled by ourselves, in England, from all Swiss parts. They are tested and adjusted to keep time to Chronometer standards.
Brand new in box with 12 Months warranty.
Review by Forum member Traveller
Just received the white dial version of RLT Watch (RLT5).
The dial is very legible, simple, uncluttered and easy to read. The only script being "RLT Watch Co., England." What more is needed?
The black numerals are crisp and clear 1 -12, with 3 being replaced by a square date window. The luminosity of the hands appears excellent but only tested in shaded subdued light. Only the tip of the second hand is luminous.
The case is a combination of matt and polished stainless steel.
The lugs curve slightly enabling the watch to sit comfortably on the wrist. 36mm may not suit all but I think for this watch just the right diameter.
The fitted antique brown leather strap complements the watch well, a steel bracelet, in my opinion, would be unsuitable.
A display back, I think mineral glass same as crystal, maybe not everyones cup of tea, shows the 17 jewel ETA automatic wind movement to good effect.
All in all a nice package and recommended for it's straightforward, honest simplicity.
Comments by Forum member Andy
Roy has surpassed himself with this, his first creation.
I mean there isn't a lot you can say.
It's a superbly made, legible, elegant and classy Hi Beat automatic wrist watch that does "exactly what it says on the tin"
I agree with the above comment that a leather strap suits it.
Roy has fitted a quality, padded white stitched leather strap that compliments and finishes the whole package off nicely.
The only thing that it doesn't have, which I believe would have made a classy looking watch look a million dollars, is a date bubble.
Nice one Roy and look forward to your next creation
Picture of a white dial "5" on a bond nato By forum member JoT
Edited by pg tips, 19 January 2004 - 10:31 AM.