Taking its inspiration from the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), a surface vessel designed for military operations near shores.
The Admiral GMT shares the same philosophy and design language, making it an ideal timepiece for near shore activities with 200M water resistance with a caller/office GMT feature.
After the success of our R11 Hexmariner watch, which was launched on Kickstarter in 2021 that raised over USD$170,000, we are thrilled to announce our next model: the R10 Admiral GMT Automatic.
After years of research, brainstorming and rigorous fine-tuning, we believe we have finally developed a complete design that we're excited to share with you.
At Revelot, we always strive to make great entry level watches that are fun, affordable and packed with value and the Admiral GMT is no exception.
HANDS & DIAL
At the center of the dial lies a set of hands that are chamfered with mirror on the side and brushed on top with a generous dash of Super-Luminova (depending on variant), second hand and indexes that mimics a radar like animation, a whirlpool pattern representing the ocean with sunray or full-lumed options available. To keep the dial clean, 24 hour markers for the GMT are printed on the slanted rehaut as a secondary time teller.
CASE & CROWN
With references to the LCS’s angular design, the case is octagon shaped with a 4pm crown position in a brush metal finish 316L Stainless Steel for comfort and durability, together with a knurled bezel in brush finishing followed by an embossed solid caseback and an a sapphire glass with anti-reflective coating.
SEIKO NH34 AUTOMATIC
To keep the prices attainable for everyone, the Admiral GMT is powered by the new workhorse Seiko NH34 with GMT & date, running at 21,600 bph (beats per hour). Its easy to source, repair and service for product longevity.
GLIDE LOCK BRACELET
The best feature about the bracelet will be the CNC milled glide lock micro-adjustment clasp for instant adjustment without using any tool.
Secured with a pin & collar system instead of screws for security reasons because screws tend to come loose on rare occasions risking the watch falling to the ground.