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May 6

Edox Class-1 Wave Rider Regulator Watch Line

One of the last remaining family-owned, independent watchmaking brands in Switzerland, Edox started its existence in 1884, in the Swiss Jura Mountains, in the small village named Les Genevez. The brand owes its existence to a visionary entrepreneur, named Christian Rüefly-Flury, who managed, in a short period, to turn his small workshop into one of the most respected members of the Swiss Haute Horology.

Through the years, Edox Watches gradually started to be associated with pioneering technologies and exceptional contemporary design. Surely, an enthusiast customer of the brand would probably know that Edox is the brand, which launched during the 1960s, some of the most impressive waterproofing technologies, and that, later on, Edox created the slimmest movement fitted with a calendar complication, in the world.

Furthermore, throughout its centenary existence, the brand never abandoned its fine watchmaking traditions, and always impressed the watch experts worldwide with exceptional timepieces, characterized by high-end finish, mechanical sophistication and forward-thinking daring design.


Not long ago, the brand released another remarkable addition to its iconic Edox Class-1 Watch Collection, the stylish new Edox Rider Regulator Watch Line, which comprises three outstanding models, especially designed to please the daring self-assertive man of the 21st century, keen on style and adventure.

The models demonstrates round, powerful titanium cases, measuring 45 mm in diameter and 14 mm in thickness, which incorporate black PVD-coated unidirectional rotating bezels secured with six screws. The robust architecture of the case also incorporates a fluted crown located at 4 o’clock, a glare/scratchproof sapphire crystal, and confers a very good 500-meters water resistance.

Furthermore, the stylish models of the Edox Rider Regulator Watch Line are available with white, navy blue and black dials, nicely completed with baton-shaped hands, with luminescent inserts, and rectangular hour indices.


The models display 60-seconds chronograph, through a counter located between 6 and 8 o’clock, 12-hours, between 12 and 2 o’clock, small date complication at 4 o’clock, and minutes at the dial’s center.

At the heart of the model beats a top-quality self-winding mechanical movement, the Edox 77 Caliber, based on the ETA Dubois-Depraz 14070, which confers immaculate timekeeping accuracy and reliability.

Moreover, the models are completed by sporty black rubber straps, secured to the wrist with titanium folding buckles, individualized with the brand’s logo; as far as the price tag is concerned, we expect that the models will be available for an approximate price tag of $3,900.00.

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