The large round case has bezel cut-aways for their distinctive torx screws and ceramic inserts on the lug structures. The watch is available in several material versions where you can mix-and-match steel, ceramic, and red gold. In addition to the tri-compax chronograph as seen, the Predator watch will be available in a three-hand (time only) and monopusher chronograph version.
You can visualize the clear "technical" looking face with the now in, honey-comb texture on the dial. Likely with a bit of movement view action going on underneath that.Inside the watch are Swiss automatic mechanical movements. The partially obstructed subsidiary seconds indicator on a disc (like a brake rotor) is always a fun touch. Nothing hugely original, but Rebellion is certainly on a short list of high-end luxury watches with race car technology inspired themes. The new predator watches will all be available as limited editions.
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