Rotary launched its new divers’ watch collection last year with the Henley Seamatic, offering a refined yet simple contemporary design for everyday use, which was inspired by the British coastline.
The new Rotary GB05430/27 Seamatic is built with high grade 316L stainless steel, sapphire glass, and a black ceramic unidirectional bezel. A 42mm diameter case houses a reliable Miyota 8215 automatic movement and is fitted to a three link stainless steel bracelet and Divers Z clasp for added security. It is also water resistant to an impressive 300m.
The screw down crown is protected from damage by a crown guard, while the case back has an elegant engraving of the Rotary logo.
The dial is matte green in colour with white luminous hands and indices. There is a date window at 3 o’clock that is magnified by a cyclops detail and there is a Seamatic logo just above 6 o’clock adding a touch of style, adding its collector’s value.
The sporty and robust new Rotary GB05430/27 Seamatic comes with a high spec and is available to buy from www.rotarywatches.com, priced at £249.
Simon Burrell is Editor of Our Man On The Ground, a member of The British Guild of Travel Writers and professional photographer.
Photographs courtesy of Rotary Watches