Classic and cool, this Chronograph 1977 features an elegant blue dial fixed beneath mineral glass and in a wide 42mm case built with stainless steel. For true accuracy and a sporty look, this watch displays a 3 dial chronograph, powered by a reliable quartz movement that additionally provides an independent sweep second hand. This timepiece also features a tachymeter outer dial for rapid calculations, finished off with a supple black leather strap for comfort. Water resistant up to 50m.
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 watch family is heavily 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, which raced in the 1977 Formula One season. Rotary watches famously sponsored this powerful racing car during its debut and finale year of 1977.
Rotary pays homage to retro formula one racing with its latest collection of chronographs.
Each timepiece carries an undeniable sense of vintage racing car and displays a 3 dial chronograph. Perfect for recording time with great accuracy the quartz chronograph is the ideal watch for the sophisticated sportsman. Rotary's new generation chronograph has an independent sweep second hand: can be started, stopped, and returned to zero, featuring a tachymeter outer dial for rapid calculations of acceleration or distance.
Did someone say Road trip?
The Chronograph 1977 is the ideal journey companion, with its feature rich specification, durability and understated vintage racing style.
For more on how to read a Chronograph or a Tachymeter, take a read of our guides.