If you’re looking for a timepiece that exudes sophistication and precision, Rosenbusch is the brand for you. Based in Germany and founded by three German friends (Eli, Jonas & Nick) with the same passion for mechanical watches, the company specializes in crafting high-quality watches that blend traditional elegance with modern functionality.
The goal of Rosenbusch is to offer the experience of high quality mechanical watches to as many people as possible. By doing so, they want to share their passion and create connections and a sense of community.
“The Quest” is their first timepiece and is based from the iconic industrial designs of the 70’s and 80’s, known for their clean lines, geometric shapes and precise execution. The Quest embodies these principles while also adding its own original style, unique features and a modern aesthetics, resulting in a truly one-of-a-kind timepiece.
We are talking about a 42.0 mm case, thickness of 11.7 mm and a lug to lug length of 49,8mm with Swiss Made Sellita movement SW200 Elaboré and 41h power reserve.
This modern sports watch features also a coated sapphire crystal with 316L stainless steel case, screw-down crown and 100 m water resistant.
Rosenbusch – Hexagon way
Rosenbusch is creating timepieces that honour the legacy of great watchmakers of the past, while also pushing the boundaries of what a watch can be and as their first watch, The Quest has abolutely all the details to become a very well known timepiece thanks also to its hexagonal shape.
You can admire the movement and the gold plated customized rotor thanks to the open caseback while the bracelet can be changed easily and super fast thanks to the modern quick release mechanism.
All the details of this watch are in perfect harmony, starting from the hexagonal shape of the bezel to the hexagonal shape of the case back and of the dial.
The seconds hand is very small giving a different and modern look to the watch.
Another interesting feature of the watch is the proper alternance of the finishes, especially on the bracelet.
The Quest – Colors? Yes!
The Quest is available in 4 different color options (blue, green, black and silver).
The Quest comes with a stainless steel bracelet and a black rubber strab, both fitted with the quick release mechanism so you can always change your bracelet or strap depending on your taste and needs.
Yes everything is nice but how much is it? Well the good point for me is the ratio quality/price.
You can have a very well German made watch, with Swiss movement, different color options with also an interesting design retailing for less than a thousand euro.
Today in a world where everything is crazy (especially prices) it is very important to make people understand that creating a top quality timepiece with also a good price is absolutely possible.
The watches will be available for €469 to €669 depending on the model and will be launched June 6th on Kickstarter with a crowdfunding campaign.
I highly recommend you to visit their Kickstarter page here!