Revue Thommen was founded in 1853 by Gedeon Thommen and has since developed into one of the leading Swiss watch companies. Early on, only wristwatches and pocket watches were produced and they relied exclusively on their own movements. In the 1920s Revue Thommen also started producing instruments for the aviation industry. This segment was constantly expanded, and today, Revue Thommen's instruments are among the leading products in the aviation industry.
AN AUTOMATIC MOVEMENT CASED IN RECYCLED PLASTIC WITHIN AN ALUMINUM SHEATH
The 42mm case is crafted using a recycled plastic cap produced by the NGO WFO, a historical partner of BAUME; and the case is then sheathed in blue or green anodized aluminum. The cap is made up of 80% recycled plastic gathered by the partner NGO Waste Free Oceans and reinforced with 20% glass fibers to increase its resistance.
A DISTINCTIVE DESIGN AND UNIQUE HOUR DISPLAY
In deep gray, the streamlined dial features a mise en abyme effect created by various layers and finishes. On the strength of its design expertise, BAUME & MERCIER offers an original time display with a central hour hand for a very unique look. In oceanic blue, the aluminum flange creates a strong contrast, bringing even more character to this resolutely eco-responsible timepiece.