As a white label brand, Remova didn’t have much technical prowess, but their branding was kind of on point. A quick google search of the brand will bring up the two most common lines that the brand put their name on. The most common is the All-Risk and secondary is the H2O, as seen on this piece. As anybody who has ever had to name a company or product can attest to, coming up with great names like this is no easy task, and All-Risk and H2O are up there with some of the best watch names out there and were willing to defend that.
The 34mm polished stainless steel case is in very good condition. The broad bezel makes the watch appear larger on the wrist especially against the silver dial. The crown is unsigned. Due to limited known examples it is unclear is the crown is original but it does appear to be correct for the era. The acrylic crystal is in only fair condition and shows some internal cracking due to age.
The Dial and Hands
The silver dial is the real standout of this watch. The color is on the lighter side of the silver spectrum which makes it appear quite radiant. The black hands provide a nice contrast and gives the watch a bit of a sporting feel and adds to its legibility. Finally, the watch features a lumped minute track rehaute the provides some much welcome depth to the dial. Overall condition is very good.
This watch features a 17 jewel manually wound non-quickset Swiss movement. The watch is running and the service history is not known.
|Location||New York City|
|Movement||Manual, 17 Jewel|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Band Material||Leather Strap|