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Terrascope Chrono Carbon

A case that dabbles in square and circular, an innovative and lightweight material, readable information, a technical strap and a self-winding movement: the limited edition Terrascope Chrono Carbon by JeanRichard is made for adventure! The 44mm black carbon fibre case is 13.10mm thick and has a bezel engraved with a tachymeter scale. It houses the JR66 calibre which provides a 42-hour power reserve and brings to life the time, date and chronograph functions. The black carbon fibre dial is framed by a minute track near the chapter ring and a luminescent rhodium-plated hour rim. Two silver phosphorescent spear-shape hands track the hours and minutes whilst the seconds appear in a counter at 3 o’ clock and the date at 4.30. The red-tipped central seconds hand in the centre tracks the chronograph seconds whose hours and minutes are displayed at 9 and 6 o’ clock. Price: 8,650 CHF

Terrascope 39mm

When I first saw this new watch to end the year with, all I said was: at last! JeanRichard has catered for women who like masculine watches but whose wrists are too small for the usual 44mm case size. The brand has reworked the proportions of its famous polished and satin-finish steel cushion-shaped case and round bezel to get a far more ladylike 39mm diameter. It houses a self-winding JR60 movement with a 38-hour power reserve and brings to life the time and date functions. The vertically satin-finished black dial bears 11 rhodium-plated phosphorescent hour indices whilst the minute track rims the chapter ring. Two wide hands with the signature Terrascope luminescent highlights track the hours and minutes; a slim red-tipped central seconds hand points out the seconds. The white-on-black date display lies at 3 o’ clock. Price: 2,000CHF excl. VAT

Terrascope Chronograph Arsenal Carbon Limited Edition

JeanRichard has been Arsenal football club’s official partner for years and has renewed its vows with Arsène Wenger’s team with its 3rd tribute: a limited edition timepiece (50 available) and a large wall clock. The 44m black carbon fibre case has a large bezel engraved with a tachymeter. The self-winding JR66 calibre brings to life the time, chronograph and date functions. The black dial has applied indices, two large hands and three satin-finish counters (small seconds at 3, minute chronograph at 9 and hour counter at 6) all in the same eye-catching scarlet as the players’ shirts. The date display lies at 4.30. The Gunners’ iconic cannon has been on the club’s crest since 1888 and replaces the small seconds hand on the watch. Price: 11,350 CHF

Terrascope “Le Cabinet des Curiosités of Thomas Erber”

Following in the footsteps of Paris, London, Berlin and New York, the annual exhibition created in 2010 by the journalist and trendsetter Thomas Erber takes up residence this time around in Bangkok. The concept, of course, remains the same: to showcase the exceptional work (or hyper-limited series) of highly-talented, audacious creators in several fields including watchmaking. JeanRichard takes part, presenting its world-renowned Terrascope, reinterpreted in the colours of the Thai flag. Its 44 mm diameter blue aluminium case encircles a dial, which is also blue, engraved with a motif, halfway between camouflage and herringbone. The dial features an assortment of indexes, punctuated by red luminescent dots, and embraces a discreet minute tracker. Two large blue hands, with red phosphorescent highlighting, display the hours and minutes, whilst a date aperture is set at 3 o’clock. These functions are powered by the automatic JR60 calibre, which offers a power reserve of 38 hours. Price: 4,600 CHF

Aeroscope Chronographe

The Chaux-de-Fonds-based watch brand has its own take on the word Aeroscope: an expert blend of strength and sophistication twinned with the perfect combination of technique and design all housed in a titanium body. The 44mm cushion-shaped case is coated in black DLC as is the round bezel engraved with a painted white tachymeter. The case houses a self-winding mechanical movement (the JR66 calibre) which brings to life the time functions (hours and minutes in the middle of the dial and small seconds at 3 o’ clock), chronograph (central seconds, 30 minute counter at 9 o’ clock and 12 hour counter at 6 o’ clock) and date functions (display at 4.30). The minute track lies on the chapter ring around the black honeycomb dial. The silver-tone hour indices and Arabic numerals, skeleton hour and minute hands all have a luminescent coating. The sole touch of colour comes from the large scarlet seconds hand. Price: 5,400 CHF


Whether it be everyday warriors or tomboy city dwellers, the modern woman finally has the watch she deserves. The bronze Terrascope is the perfect balance of masculine strength and feminine grace. Its steel case unites a cushion-shaped frame and a large 44mm round crystal face housing a self-winding movement bringing the date (in a display at 3 o’ clock), hour, minute and second hands to life; the power reserve is approximately 38 hours. But our favourite feature on the Terrascope is its bronze case which changes colour in the light, especially when worn with the bronze ostrich strap. A luminescent coating on the hour and minute hands, large indices and second hand make it easier to tell the time day or night. Price: 2,600 CHF