NAPPEY RENAISSANCE STEEL AND BLACK SUEDE
$260,00 ( $216,67 excl. EU VAT)
The story of Nappey begins in 1946 in France, with the ideal of its pioneering founder Jules Nappey, to create a robust yet elegant watch, a precious accessory, which everyone would love to own. The brand is known for having been the official timekeeper of the Tour de France between 1957 and 1960. At the 1960 Salon de Besançon watch fair, the Nappey company created a sensation by launching one of the world’s first dual time zone watches called “Jumelles Times”, bringing together two small quartz movements in a single case.
Today, Nappey’s team is committed to create avant-garde automatic watches, with unbeatable value for money, coupled with a very strong ecological commitment: for each Nappey watch produced, the brand plant one tree in Western Europe, in partnership with a major actor in the reforestation field.
At your place from March 4, 2024
30-day return policy
|11,5 × 9,4 × 7,3 mm
|Man / Woman
|Case Diameter (millimeters)
Probably the most interesting novelty of this year, the Nappey Renaissance Steel and Black, also known under its code name NY41-AD1M-3B6A, is a marvel of originality.
Young, dynamic, contemporary, the Renaissance approaches an innovative style in a redundant watch market, used to the classic rectangular or rounded case. Let’s discover in details this Nappey with octagonal case, making evolve a tool measuring the time, in a real symbol of masculine fashion.
STEEL AND BLACK
200 meters of water resistance (20 atmospheres), 60 hours of power reserve, sapphire crystal, transparent case back and an unbeatable price: our customers have dreamed of it, the Nappey workshop teams have done it!
The first waterproof watch with a 60-hour power reserve to be added to our catalog, the Nappey Renaissance has a marine-grade “316L” stainless steel case: this steel provides one of the best strength-to-weight ratios on the watch market.
This watch with a design straight from Paris has a case size of 40 millimeters that will fit most wrists. In keeping with the spirit of the French House, this timepiece is dressed in a red suede strap, which brilliantly embellishes the surrounding rose gold case.
Also, the Nappey logo is found in various places, including the back of the strap or on the pin buckle. Finally, the screwed crown located at 3 o’clock, with its perfect shape, takes up the hexagonal features of the case and allows the manual winding of the watch as well as its setting of the time. A subtle detail, this crown is cleverly decorated in black, matching the color of the case.
The MIYOTA 8315 movement, made in Japan and known for its robustness and longevity, powers this Nappey Renaissance watch. With 21 jewels, it has an exceptional power reserve of 60 hours.
Practical, the manual winding as well as a stop-second is integrated into the movement.
The first one allows a winding of the power reserve by the crown located at 3 o’clock, the second one allows the total stop of the central second.