A demonstration of Henley’s legacy as a dynamic and robust collection, the chronograph timepiece blends sportsmanship quality with sophisticated detailing. Two subdials and date window at 6 O’clock are set on a stunning Rotary mid blue dial. Water resistant to 50M, a stainless steel 42mm case is encompassed with flat sapphire glass and is powered by a quartz movement. Featuring a genuine leather brown strap and rotary pin buckle and vibrant counter balance detail this piece is the ultimate in balancing sportier aesthetic with classic style. The circular slide rule features a mobile bidirectional bezel and second fixed scale on the dial. With reference points in luminous yellow on both the inner and outer scales, the sliding rule can be used to perform simple mathematical calculations including petrol consumption and miles per minute. Perfect for those who have a drive for efficiency.
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With the singular vision to create timeless watches for the modern world, Rotary Watches is an award-winning worldwide brand of classic timepieces. Proud of our heritage, we are forever inspired by the brand’s commitment to excellence since its inception in Switzerland in 1895. Rotary Watches were established with a dedication to creating beautiful watches with timeless elegance, as well as an insistence on providing first class customer service. Rotary watch families are named after iconic British locations such as Oxford, Cambridge and Henley. Each family draws inspiration from their namesake location: further consolidating British influence into the brand.