The Heritage Collection is ERROYL's modern take on the classic dress watch. The collection is available in five refined and elegant models, each featuring a precision Japanese Miyota Cal. 9015 automatic movement with a date complication at the III marker.
The collection has been meticulously designed and manufactured with the utmost attention to detail. The Heritage Rose features a striking guilloché concentric circular dial with rose gold plated applied indices, our trademark faceted dauphine hands, scratch resistant sapphire crystal, a fully polished rose gold plated case, exhibition case back and a premium brown alligator pattern leather strap.
The Heritage Rose is fittingly presented in a luxury leather presentation box with a certificate of authenticity, Heritage Collection booklet and microfibre cloth.
All Heritage Collection timepieces feature a two year manufacturer's warranty. FREE WORLDWIDE EXPRESS SHIPPING
COLLECTION: HERITAGE COLLECTION
MOVEMENT: Japan Miyota Cal. 9015 Automatic and Hand Wound Movement with Date Complication
POWER RESERVE: Approximately 42 hours (manufacturer’s specifications)
CASE: 316L Stainless Steel (surgical grade)
CASE DIAMETER: 40mm
CASE THICKNESS: 10mm
CASE COLOUR: Rose Gold Plated
CASE BACK: Exhibition (Sapphire Crystal)
LUG WIDTH: 20mm
LUG TO LUG WIDTH: 46mm
CRYSTAL: Flat Sapphire Crystal with Anti-reflective Coating (underside)
DIAL: White (Sunray), Rose Gold Plated Applied Indices with a Concentric Circular Guillouche Pattern
HANDS: Faceted Rose Gold Plated Dauphine Hands
STRAP: Brown Premium Alligator Pattern Leather Strap (20mm at lugs tapering to 18mm at buckle)
BUCKLE: Rose Gold Plated Stainless Steel Butterfly Clasp (deployment buckle)
WATER RESISTANCE: 5ATM (50m)
WEIGHT: 63 grams
PACKAGING: Luxury Leather Presentation Box
WARRANTY: Two Year Manufacturer's Warranty
The Heritage Collection: Setting the Time
The movement used in the Heritage Collection is the Japanese Miyota Cal. 9015 automatic and hand wound movement. It features a date complication.
The crown provides three options for hand winding the movement, setting the date and adjusting the time.
A - Winding the mainspring The watch can be manually wound by winding the crown clockwise while in the “A” position. Wind your watch 15-20 times until the second hand starts to sweep naturally.
B - Adjusting the date By winding the crown clockwise while in the “B” position.
C - Adjusting the time While in the “C” position the crown can be wound clockwise or anti-clockwise to adjust the time.