Octopus / Romain Jerome

The Romain Jerome diver’s watch, the Octopus, is named after the ocean giant that became a powerful symbol in Jules Verne’s famous novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. It has a 46mm steel case with bezel notched in stabilised rusted steel from the Titanic, 270m water resistance, automatic mechanical movement, one crown at 9 o’clock to set the watch and a second crown at 3 o’clock for the internal rotating bezel, a hand-engraved Octopus stamped on the case back, hours, minutes and seconds enhanced with blue emission Superluminova — via Perpetuelle

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