The trend continues. What trend? Gerald Genta-inspired pieces. This time it is the Rotary Regent. If you are not familiar with Rotary, they are a British brand that has been around for 125 years and these days, most of their watches are manufactured and assembled in Asia. I have reviewed a few Rotary watches in recent years, such as the Henley GMT and the Super7 Scuba. Both of those watches are certainly derivative, but anyone who knows anything about watches, especially highly-famed and renowned watches such as Patek Phillipe, will know this watch is no doubt an homage. But I am not singling out Rotary, I mean, I am in this review, but they are not the first to make a Genta homage. It has been what many brands are producing the past year. Why? That is a question I do not have an answer to. The good news is, because of all the watches Genta designed, and their evolution over the years, none of these homages really look the same, but yet they are all very familiar.
40mm Stainless Steel Case
48mm Lug to Lug
Weight: 163 Grams
100m Water Resistant
Miyota 821A Hacking Automatic Movement