On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Egypt's independence, Venezianico reinterprets one of its most iconic timepieces, the Redeemer Power Reserve, by giving it a dial (protected by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal) that recalls the colour of the desert.
The latter is characterised by three different finishes and features Arabic-language hour markers, as well as date (at 6 o'clock) and power reserve markers, which are located in the upper area. Produced in a limited numbered edition of just 100 pieces, the new Power Reserve "100th Anniversary of Egypt's Independence" Redentore takes up the iconography of some of the civilisations that established themselves in the territory of the North African country and with which Venice forged a deep bond over the centuries.
Also noteworthy are the details in blue, recalling the inescapable element that links Venice to the civilisations that thrived on the banks of the Nile, namely water. The watch uses a 40 mm steel case that is water-resistant to 10 atmospheres, combined with a Canova bracelet made of the same material. The case back, closed by six screws, is engraved with the most iconic monuments of Ancient Egypt, namely the Sphinx and the Pyramids. The packaging has been graphically redesigned and includes, among other documents, the certificate of authenticity bearing the progressive serial number corresponding to the one on the case back.
The Redeemer Power Reserve is powered by a mechanical self-winding movement, Seiko calibre NE57, belonging to the premium series of mechanical movements produced by the Japanese manufacturer.