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Based on their JB200 timepiece from 1982, Jacques Bianchi teams up with Revolution on a special edition "Méduse" dive watch. The watch features a 42mm case with a destro configuration wrapped around a black dial with a luminescent coating on both the markers and the scuba diver silhouette. The watch is powered by a Seiko NH35 automatic movement with a 41-hour power reserve. Fitted to the watch is a black tropic-style rubber strap with a steel pin buckle. 

€1,060 (approx. $1,118),

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