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Latest novelties

Novelties are the latest models or watches collections revealed by RESERVOIR. Some pieces are the subject of a particular collaboration, and have lived with the hero or the partner team a special and intense adventure.

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a radical way
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A radical way to read time

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How to read time ?

The retrograde minute and the jumping hour act as substitutes for the more usual three hands on Swiss watches. RESERVOIR watches are innovative for the radical way the time is displayed, which is achieved by drawing on two watchmaking complications combined with the power reserve. The retrograde minute at 240° recalls the R.P.M. counters, the manometers, and the depth gauges. The jumping hour recalls the mileage meters, and the power reserve display echoes the fuel and oil gauges.

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Media of luxury RESERVOIR watch in jet, charcoal black shades.

“With its Kanister timepiece, the watchmaker takes its cues from the speedometer of the 356 Speedster sports car. But rather than merely drawing inspiration, it instead took the opportunity to completely rethink the traditional way of telling time.”

Eleanor Pryor – March 17th 2022

Media: Luxury RESERVOIR watch in dark navy, light grey, and light blue-grey.

“In an era when all the rage is about vintage-inspired race cars and the reiteration of life’s classics, French watch brand Reservoir, which offers Swiss-made watches, deftly reinterprets vintage auto gauges of all sorts for spectacular results on the wrist.”

Roberta Naas – January 12, 2022

Luxury black and grey RESERVOIR watch editorial media.

“The latest model from its collection devoted to cars is a silver version of the Kanister inspired by the RPM or tachometer counter (…) Fitted with a new Swiss-made engine to keep the three complications in sync, the Reservoir Kanister Silver offers a lot more than an automobile-inspired watch.”

Rebecca Doulton – March 14th 2022

“The Kanister 316 variant takes on a new look with its brushed steel case mounted on a vintage five-link bracelet. The combination of modernity and the retro aspect creates an obvious harmony.”

Serge Maillard – Editor in chief

“I’m not gonna lie; Reservoir was not on my radar too much before its GT Tour Blue Edition landed on my table. Actually, it landed in front of my door for six hours before I could arrive home to pick it up (thank you, DHL), but that’s another story. Not checking this brand out sooner was a grave mistake because this watch is nice. Like, very nice.”

Balazs Ferenczi – Editor

“I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the Reservoir Hydrosphere “Air Gauge”. Certainly, it won’t talk to the masses and is a niche product. Still, it is a unique and mechanically advanced display, the original design (without being too extreme), the cleverness of the bezel (even though unconventional), the cool features (the manometer inspiration, the full luminous dial) and the overall quality of the execution have convinced me.”

Brice Goulard – August 30, 2019

Media of luxury RESERVOIR watch in jet, charcoal black shades.

“Vintage cars and watches share a similar appeal, they speak to a lifestyle of adventure, freedom and the joy of the open road. Reservoir’s creations tap into this dream, with nods to some of the most iconic motors of past and the legendary racers at their wheel.”

Eleanor Pryor – Editor

Media editorial of a luxury Jet Black, Light Grey, and Medium Grey RESERVOIR watch.

“It’s no secret watches do more than just tell time. The new Reservoir Kanister Silver is a good example: It puts you in the driver’s seat every time you glance at it.”

Michael Charboneau – Associate Editor

Media editorial of luxury RESERVOIR watch in Jet black, light grey and medium grey.

“On the wrist, the Kanister is a real looker, thanks to that super graphic dial – and nicely matched polished titanium – all rounded out by the cool retro styling.”

Ming Liu – Journalist

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“The diversity of products means Reservoir isn’t just for aero fans or battleship enthusiasts. It’s for anybody who appreciates beautiful, analog instrumentation.”

Stephen Hale Watson – Journalist

Media of a black RESERVOIR watch with very light and black grey details, an editorial luxury item.

“French watchmaker RESERVOIR’s game-changing take on telling time enters a new era. Its Swiss Made watches — that read more like dynamic instrumentation than fussy horology — are perfectly engineered for fans of vintage speedsters.”

Mike Espindle – Journalist

“The Reservoir Black Sparrow series represents a unique twist on a classic appearance, and despite the fact that it offers many of the same hallmark features that define other aviation-themed models, the brand’s unique jumping hour and retrograde minutes display enables the new collection to still feel unique and special.”

Ripley Sellers – Associate Editor

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