The win for Spain's "La Roja" soccer (football) team in the 2010 FIFA World Cup was an extremely joyous occasion for the Spanish people. While not a Spanish brand, Cuervo y Sobrinos
has released a new (likely limited edition) watch in honor of the national team. Cuervo y Sobrinos is historically a Cuban brand, but now owned and operated by the Swiss. Special watches made for winning teams are often successful, especially since Spain gets to hold the title for at least 4 years until the next World Cup games.
Based on their Robusto collection of watches, the "La Roja" watch is done with as much as is possible (and not be a silly looking red watch). In an 42-43mm wide steel case, the dial looks to be done in lume with red Arabic hour numerals and a "La Roja 2010" statement printed on the dial to remind you the purpose of the watch. It is matched to a red strap, and the caseback likely features a commemorative engraving. Inside the watch is a Swiss ETA 2895-2 automatic movement. Details are slim at this point, but the price will be 1,500 euros.
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