THE 9019 CALIBRE
HI-BEAT PERFORMANCE, SLIM FORM FACTOR
Our vision for the Epifarer is to create a versatile sports watch that is slim in profile. Hence, we employed the renown Miyota 9019 premium calibre for its hi-beat performance and slim form factor, all while offering a date complication that is essential for the daily adventure.
INSPIRED BY NATURE & MODERN TECHNIQUES
The dial of our Epifarer is inspired by the beautiful surface that sits atop the Epipelagic Zone of the great ocean. (hence the inspired name, Epi-farer)
The entirety of the dial's finish is achieved by combining a process of brushing & sandblasting, stamping, and final coating that creates a multi-faceted dial showcasing textures of the waves that glistens under sun or moonlight.
INSPIRED BY THE HAWKSBILL TURTLE
The Epifarer's bracelet and its end-link is designed to be elegant yet adaptable like the endangered Hawksbill Turtle that we're inspired by. Our quasi-integrated gives the illusion of an elegant integrated bracelet, yet the entire bracelet is removable from the end-link which allows the Epifarer to be dressed with any 20mm strap of your choice.
The middle link (inspired by the Hawksbill's carapace) offers great flexibility to allow the bracelet to taper comfortably on your wrist.
EQUIPPED FOR ESCAPADE
LUMINOUS & WATER RESISTANT
The Epifarer is a sports watch that is built to travel with you day and night. Our baton indices and hands are painted with the Swiss Super-LumiNova® BGW9 that illuminates your watch with a bright yet elegant blue hue. The case is rated at 150 metres of water resistance to allow ample protection from light wet activities while retaining the Epifarer's slim profile.
12-HOUR ROTATING BEZEL
TRAVERSE ACROSS THE SEAS & SKIES
Inspired by our popular RLG Atlanticus Diver, the Epifarer inherited the characteristic inner bezel design while refreshing it with a new purpose. Due to popular request, we have implemented a 12-hour rotating bezel to celebrate our followers' love for travel. The inner bezel allows the Epifarer to track 2 separate time zones so that you can keep track of time wherever you go.