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The large round case has bezel cut-aways for their distinctive torx screws and ceramic inserts on the lug structures. The watch is available in several material versions where you can mix-and-match steel, ceramic, and red gold. In addition to the tri-compax chronograph as seen, the Predator watch will be available in a three-hand (time only) and monopusher chronograph version. You can visualize the clear "technical" looking face with the now in, honey-comb texture on the dial. Likely with a bit of movement view action going on underneath that.
Even though the dial is highly stylized, it would not be characterized as difficult to read. Inside the watch are Swiss automatic mechanical movements. The partially obstructed subsidiary seconds indicator on a disc (like a brake rotor) is always a fun touch. Nothing hugely original, but Rebellion is certainly on a short list of high-end luxury watches with race car technology inspired themes. The new predator watches will all be available as limited editions.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch review site aBlogtoRead.com.