The Redux Courg Watch is an affordable, military-spec titanium watch with an automatic movement featuring 24 jewels and a 41 hour power reserve.
The name “Courg” is a reference to the universal navigational waypoint outside Washington, DC – it’s pronounced “courage”. The watch has a lightweight titanium grade 2 case and bezel with matte bead blasted finish, with a scratch and shatter-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating.
Inside you’ll find the tough and respected Seiko NH35A automatic movement, with the aforementioned 24 jewels, a 41 hour power reserve, hacking function, and manual winding. The Redux Courg has a flat black dial with proprietary RDXb1 luminescent paint that glows blue, with C3 green lume paint on seconds hand and bezel marker for easy low-light reading.
Redux have ensured the Courg is water-resistant to 15 ATM (150 meters), and they’ve made the refreshing decision not to add a logo to the dial – giving the watch a clean, minimalist look that’ll appeal to those looking for a highly functional but low-key daily-wearable automatic timepiece.
Huckberry currently have the watch listed at $319.98 – that’s $75 off the regular retail price, but only for a limited time.
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