Rotary Chronograph 1977 P207 Limited Edition - GS00450/52

€269,95

Strictly Limited to 207 Pieces - Wave two is available to pre-order now, dispatching early June.

Harking back to the magic of 70s racing, the limited edition Chronograph 1977 P207 introduces a vibrant twist that pays homage to Rotary's F1 history. Featuring a dynamic 3-dial chronograph showcased on the striking P207 blue dial with vintage inspired gold accents. Crafted with a robust stainless steel case boasting a 42mm diameter, this timepiece seamlessly blends durability with classic racing style.

Designed for versatility, the Chronograph 1977 P207 is water-resistant up to 50m, ensuring reliability in various environments. The independent second hand sub-dial allows for timekeeping, with the ability to start, stop, and reset to zero. The watch is completed with the inclusion of a perforated leather strap with colour-matched accents, delivering vintage racing charm.

Noteworthy details set this limited edition apart, including the distinctive P207 on the bottom sub-dial, the exclusive Limited Edition colour-way, and a unique watch number engraved on the case-back. With only 207 pieces available, the Chronograph 1977 P207 stands as a special edition that seamlessly blends heritage-inspired design with contemporary flair.

Read our blog for more on the history of the P207.


Since 1895, British designed heritage watch brand Rotary has crafted accurate, reliable and high quality timepieces that have been cherished from one generation to the next. And has consequently developed a reputation for quality in horology around the world. First originating in Switzerland the brand moved its headquarters to the United Kingdom in 1905 and today the brand stays true to its historic values of craftsmanship and is rightfully proud of 125 years in watchmaking. Over the years Rotary has achieved true horological feats that have been treasured and housed within an archive.

The new Rotary Chronograph 1977 P207 - inspired by Rotary's past links to Formula one racing.
The BRM P207 was a Formula One racing car, designed by Len Terry and manufactured by British Racing Motors, racing in the 1977 Formula One season. Rotary watches famously sponsored the car during the Formula One season of 1977.

For more on how to read a Chronograph or a Tachymeter, take a read of our guides.

Movement
Quartz
Band
Perforated Leather Strap
Glass
Mineral
Water Resistance
50m
Case Colour
Stainless Steel
Case Diameter
42mm
Case Height
11.2mm
Feature
Chronograph
DIAL COLOUR
Blue

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