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THE DIAL

The La Vuelta dial is characterized by its red color scheme, inspired by the leader's jersey of the Vuelta a España, nicknamed La Roja. The red hues pops nicely against the fresh silver white dial, featuring a tarmac pattern at the center.

At 12H you'll find a symbol most riders are happy to see in a race; the flamme rouge, the red triangular flag marking the final kilometer of a race.

The large printed hour numerals use a font called Nobel, which was designed by two dutchmen in the 30s, a discreet nod to the starting point of the Vuelta a España, this year starting in Utrecht, the Netherlands.

The dial features a 15 minute counter at 3 o'clock, a 12 hour counter at 6 o'clock and a small second at 9 o'clock. The main second hand will start once you press the chronograph pusher.

The tradition of the rider with number 13 in a race wearing the race bib upside down on the back of the jersey goes a long way back, and is a detail you can find on the minute track.

Alex Kirsch, riding for Trek-Segafredo, wearing the La Vuelta II


THE CASE

One of the most common reactions when seeing a watch from the Grand Tour chronograph series in person is "what a beautiful size!". The classic dimension of the watch, 38,2 mm diameter, is smaller than most chronographs which we think is beautiful, making it fit perfectly for smaller wrists.

We wanted to create an elegant, yet powerful, case design, combining polished and brushed surfaces to create a visually interesting look.

On the case back you will find a recessed "finish line" checker pattern, with a sand blasted finish. A classic racing reference. Here you will also find the unique number of each of the 50 watches engraved.

The two pushers are easy to operate and the crown features our signature design with a recessed surface.


THE MOVEMENT

Inside La Vuelta you'll find a Swiss made Sellita SW511 movement, with rhodium plating and côtes de Genève and perlage decoration. The beautiful movement, which can be seen through the sapphire case back, also features blue screws and a custom rotor with a deep etched "finish line" pattern.

The 27 jewel movement impresses with a power reserve of up to 62 hours.

 


HAND BUILT IN SWEDEN

Each Grand Tour watch is hand built in Båstad, in the southern parts of Sweden. Here we have a small workshop where our watchmaker does all the assembly, testing and, if needed, regulation of the accuracy of the movements.

The assembly and testing process takes about two weeks, and after a final visual inspection the watch is sent to the customer.

Wrist size: 16 cm/6,3"

THE DIAL

The La Vuelta dial is characterized by its red color scheme, inspired by the leader's jersey of the Vuelta a España, nicknamed La Roja. The red hues pops nicely against the fresh silver white dial, featuring a tarmac pattern at the center.

At 12H you'll find a symbol most riders are happy to see in a race; the flamme rouge, the red triangular flag marking the final kilometer of a race.

The large printed hour numerals use a font called Nobel, which was designed by two dutchmen in the 30s, a discreet nod to the starting point of the Vuelta a España, this year starting in Utrecht, the Netherlands.

The dial features a 15 minute counter at 3 o'clock, a 12 hour counter at 6 o'clock and a small second at 9 o'clock. The main second hand will start once you press the chronograph pusher.

The tradition of the rider with number 13 in a race wearing the race bib upside down on the back of the jersey goes a long way back, and is a detail you can find on the minute track.

THE CASE

One of the most common reactions when seeing a watch from the Grand Tour chronograph series in person is "what a beautiful size!". The classic dimension of the watch, 38,2 mm diameter, is smaller than most chronographs which we think is beautiful, making it fit perfectly for smaller wrists.

We wanted to create an elegant, yet powerful, case design, combining polished and brushed surfaces to create a visually interesting look.

On the case back you will find a recessed "finish line" checker pattern, with a sand blasted finish. A classic racing reference. Here you will also find the unique number of each of the 50 watches engraved.

The two pushers are easy to operate and the crown features our signature design with a recessed surface.

Wrist size: 16 cm/6,3"

THE MOVEMENT

Inside La Vuelta you'll find a Swiss made Sellita SW511 movement, with rhodium plating and côtes de Genève and perlage decoration. The beautiful movement, which can be seen through the sapphire case back, also features blue screws and a custom rotor with a deep etched "finish line" pattern.

The 27 jewel movement impresses with a power reserve of up to 62 hours.

HAND BUILT IN SWEDEN

Each Grand Tour watch is hand built in Båstad, in the southern parts of Sweden. Here we have a small workshop where our watchmaker does all the assembly, testing and, if needed, regulation of the accuracy of the movements.

The assembly and testing process takes about two weeks, and after a final visual inspection the watch is sent to the customer.