The sport watch chronograph has been a popular niche genre among collectors for quite a while. Borne from the need for more casual looking timepieces, the sport chronograph is the everyman’s watch that is built to be worn at the leisure. Orient Watch USA is proud to announce the release of the new Endeavor (TT0Y) collection. It was inspired by the silhouette of the limited edition BRZ GT300 watch that was released a few years ago.
The Endeavor collection is being offered in three variations – white (TT0Y003W), black (TT0Y002B) and IP coated black (TT0Y001B). Each piece features a chronograph function powered by the robust KFB00 quartz movement that is capable of recording time accurate to 1/20 of a second. The Endeavor also boasts a wide date window that’s curved along the four o’clock marker. The dials are either a sunburst white or black with contrasting bar indices and lumed sword hands. The chapter ring is the denoted in a 60 second fashion which works in conjunction with the chronograph hand. The seconds register is presented in a subdial at the nine. The dial is slightly domed which bends the In short, the dial is very legible; which is an absolute must for sport piece, let alone watches in general.
The case of the watch is monster 48mm watch, which did not look oversized even on a 6.25” wrist (not joking). The watch wears a bit smaller possibly because of its larger bezel, which makes the black dial smaller. The notched stationary bezel with exposed screws has been coated black for a brilliant contrast and masculine look. The Endeavor is topped off with a stainless steel bracelet (24mm lug width) and a 100m water resistance rating.
The white and black versions of the Endeavor retail at $350, while the IP coated version retails at $415.