ROMA

Regular price €329

An ancient city creates an ancient watch.

Embracing the heritage of what was once the capital of the Roman Empire. And then of course, what’s a Roma timepiece without the all-familiar Roman numerals?

  • Ultra-thin 7mm Case
  • Surgical Grade Stainless Steel
  • Scratch Resistant Sapphire Glass
  • Water Resistant to minimum 5 ATM (50m)
  • Warranty Plus – Now including a free extended warranty

Delivered in a handmade piano lacquered wooden box with certificate, polishing cloth and owners manual.

      Quartz – New Slim G Series

      Our ultra-thin movements are made by the worlds leading quartz manufacture; this type of movement depends on a crystal oscillator to generate a motion with an almost exact frequency.

      They are upgraded with both shock resistance and prolonged battery life up to 5 years.

      Generell specification:

      • Ultra-thin 7mm case
      • Sapphire crystal glass
      • Unisex 40mm case size
      • Surgical grade stainless steel
      • Perlage finished Butterfly clasp
      • Crocodile patterned Calfskin strap
      • Water resistant to minimum 5 ATM (50m)
      • One-Click – Change your strap with a simple click
      • Delivered in a handmade piano lacquered wooden box with certificate and owners manual.

      We reach almost the entire world within a few days with free express shipping. Orders on weekdays before 14:00 CET are delivered within 24 hours in Europe.

      You can see the generall delivery time to your specific region below.

      • Sweden 1-2 Business days
      • Europe 1-2 Business days
      • USA 1-3 Business days
      • Asia 2-4 Business days
      • Australia 2-4 Business days
      • Rest of the world 2-4 Business days

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      Warranty Plus

      All watches now includes an extended 10 year warranty.

      Only valid on watches purchased directly on this site.

      BENVENUTI A

      ROMA

      One of the most ancient cities in the world with history stretching all the way back to 753 BC. One example is the stunning Colosseum, it still stands today almost 2000 years after its construction.

      And the all-familiar Roman numerals were created to facilitate trades. That’s also why the Romans never invented the number zero; it was simply not necessary when trading.