The Roman Steel watch features a striking skeleton dial, encased in 316L stainless steel case and matched with a clean metal bracelet. Part of the Nova Skeleton series, the timepiece is powered by an automatic movement with up to 36 hours of power reserve. The movement can be wound and is further powered by your kinetic movements such that you will never need to change batteries. Protected by 10 ATM water resistance and topped with ultra scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass, this statement piece is a pleasure to behold.
Movement: PTS Movement
Power reserve: Approximately 36 hours
Glass material: Sapphire
Case material: 316L Stainless Steel
Case diameter: 40mm
Case thickness: 12mm
Case colour: Silver
Dial colour: Black Skeleton
Lume: C3 Lume on Indices and Hands
Strap type: Integrated stainless steel bracelet with deployant clasp
Water resistance: 100 ATM/100M
Why I Love It:
The Kent Hall & Co Nova Skeleton is the best watch under S$250 that I’ve reviewed thus far. It has phenomenal specifications – sapphire crystal, a skeletonised automatic movement, a robust 316L stainless steel bracelet, 100M of WR rating, and Swiss C3 Superluminova – for less than the price of a standard Daniel Wellington. If you like the integrated sports watch look, and desire a thoughtful skeletonised dial with decent finishing, then the Nova Skeleton is undoubtedly the best option in the market currently.