Limited Edition Romain Jerome DeLorean DNA Watch

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Romain Jerome is known for creating some of the most beautifully crafted timepieces on the planet, including one of our favorites in the Pac-Man watch, and he has delivered again with the Limited Edition DeLorean DNA watch.

Keeping with the standard DNA theme, Romain Jerome used actual pieces of metal from the DeLorean DMC-12 sports car to craft the watch. The watch case measures in at 46mm, and utilizes a 23 jewel RJ001-CH caliber mechanical automatic movement complete with a 42 hour power reserve. The DMC DeLorean, made famous by its appearance as a time machine in Back To The Future, was first debuted back in 1981. With that being said, R.J. decided to keep the DeLorean DNA watch limited to only 81 units, all of which will retail for $15,900.

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