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RGM Has A Ladies Model In The Works



I think it goes without much saying, we’re fans of what the folks over at RGM are creating ( you can see other RGM-related posts here) – and hopefully you are after that video I posted yesterday.  To date, all of their models have been focused for men – but this is changing in the near future.

As you might surmise, that photo up at the top of the post is a little sneak-preview they sent out of their upcoming Ladies’ model.  This doesn’t just mean slapping their logo and some crystals on the dial of some lower-end model.  This watch looks like it will shape up to be just as great of a timepiece as their previous models.

The case is polished stainless steel, measuring in at a more feminine 27.5mm diameter (and only 7.5mm thick).  This case itself houses a 17-jewel manually-wound 7001 Swiss Caliber (not RGM-made, but modified by RGM) with Cote de Geneve finish.

Under the top crystal, you’ll have a choice of three dials (pink, light blue, or Black Tahitian MOP) with Roman numerals or diamond appliques.  Rounding things out, you’ll also have a color-matches alligator strap in the mix.  No word on pricing, but I can only assume it will be in line with their other models.  Regardless, its an interesting option for the women, and one that should be well-made and long-lasting.

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