From the brand that brought you watches such as the Terrascope or the 1681 comes a spin-off from these two collections. There are three versions (see left) that all use the in-house JR60 movement. They are called the Nocturnal Adventurers, clearly coming from the dark color theme.
Two of the three watches come from the Terrascope collection. One (see above) has a DLC coated case and black rubber strap. The cushion case and round sapphire glass provide the watch with a unique look found on few watches. The markers and hands are easily distinguishable on the matte-black dial. The time will be easily visible at night because thanks to the help of what appears to be C3 superluminova. This watch is the cheapest of the three with a retail price at $3,900.
The second watch has a slightly more refined look with a two-tone case crafted out of stainless steel and pink gold. The pink gold indexes and hands match the case perfectly and really stand out against the black dial. At night they will glow blue due to what looks like BG-W9 superluminova. The designers went with an alligator leather strap on this version to go along with the classy look. The watch is easy on the eyes but not on the budget. Retail price for this model is right at $7,900.
The final version is part of their 1681 collection rather than the Terrascope. It has a vintage look with beige luminous material. The black hands, which are filled with a beige lume and the markers are polished, providing some sort of contrast while still keeping the blackout (with the exception of beige lume and date) look. The black leather strap is far less dressy since it is plain calfskin and does not have an alligator scale pattern like the two-tone Terrascope. This watch is the middle man in terms of price and can be bought for $6,900. More pictures of the watches, which should be available to buy in February, can be seen in the slideshow below. Jean Richard really hit it out of the park with this one, eh?
Some information from: http://www.ablogtowatch.com/jeanrichard-black-nocturnal-adventure-watches/.
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