RSC Watches (English)
Publié le 4 Mars 2017
RSC for "Ronald Steffen Creations" is a Belgian company located near Antwerp, in the city of Schoten. Ronald Steffen, a Belgian born in Switzerland, already has a long history as a Designer in watch making. He founded the brand STEFFEN (Swiss Made) some time ago, which offers very original and luxurious timepieces. It was his passion for aviation that led him to develop RSC Watches: a brand that was resolutely inspired by the magnificent English aircrafts that made the history of the two World Wars. The objective is to distribute high quality products without compromising on the components. The projects and the assembly of the straps are made in the Belgian workshop of the brand - the watches are offered in small series with for most of them, a guarantee of 3 years. Sometimes massive and large format, they know how to touch the owners of small wrists with diameters of 43 mm. The dials of the RSC Watches are far from being wise: One does not try to seduce the amateurs of classicism! The work of Designer has produced original objects which for once do not attempt to copy the existing. With 316L steel casings, reinforced mineral lenses with solid Miyota tractors, thick and solid leather straps, RSC Watches stand out in the closed circle of aviator watch manufacturers. A hint of history, the profile of a beautiful plane on the dial, it takes no more to seduce amateurs. You will even be provided with a booklet, the history of the aircraft whose watch bears the name: Spitfire, Fokker, Hanriot or Vickers among others!
The prices are extremely reasonable, not seeking to enjoy the originality. They range from 249 € to 359 € according to the Quartz models and diameters up to 48mm - with an automatic model, the P51-Mustang with 875 € (ETA caliber) and is currently under subscription on Kikstarter. All these timepieces will be shipped from Belgium.
Good news for 2017: For the same price, all new models have a Swiss caliber and a sapphire Crystal!
Article in French here : RSC Watches (french)