JeanRichard seems particularly in tune with the seasons having released a timely version of its 1681 model in a subdued Chestnut shade.
The warm case colour is achieved using PVD treatment into a sandblasted surface in a range that prides itself on a complicated case construction that has been designed to easily introduce variations of colour, finish and material.
Inside, the watch is powered by the same manufacture JR1000 self-winding movement as other 1681 models whilst being paired with complementary matte dials in black or beige. The watch is offered with straps of brown or black rubber or black Barenia calfskin with a matching clasp in chestnut.
The watch is one of two released by JeanRichard for the Autumn season; the other being a new three-hand design in the Aeroscope line, which until now has been reserved for chronographs.
Two case versions of the self-winding watch will be offered, one in sandblasted titanium and the other with black a DLC treatment while hands and indices are treated with Billight, a mixture of resin and Super-LumiNova. Five dial colours are available and the Aeroscope 3 Hands is secured with a rubber strap and folding buckle.