A joint venture initiated by Fritz Meyer and Johann Stüdeli, Roamer’s roots go back to 1888. Over the years, Roamer has earned a reputation for its enduring quality and functionality, making it a fan favourite for its unbeatable cost-benefit ratio. (The writer of this piece, in fact, owns two himself.)
Every Roamer timepiece embodies the feeling of freedom, derived from the comfort that the owner wears a reliable watch for all occasions. No surprise, then, that the company focuses on watches that don’t just tell time, but make “quality time” of life’s small moments.
True to its roots, and inspired by a legendary design from the 1970s - the Searock men’s model - the feminine incarnation of the watch is now one of Roamer’s signature models. While inspired by design features of the 70s, the watch has timeless appeal. A fluent form made of stainless steel, a highly legible dial and metallised indices add to the enduring elegance and nostalgia of the Roamer brand.
A line of watches carrying the same name was released at Baselworld. Six variants are now available, including finishes in: pure stainless, yellow or rose gold plated, as well as white, black, blue or green dials. (VJ)
- Movement: Swiss quartz movement.
- Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date display.
- Case: Stainless steel, Ø 30.0 mm. Bezel with rose gold plating. Antireflective sapphire crystal. Water resistant to 10 ATM / bar.
- Dial: White, black, blue or green; applied indices; date window at 3 o’clock.
- Strap: Stainless steel, partially with rose gold plating.