Comics by Reservoir Collection

Reservoir watch audaciously interprets cult comic book characters, bringing them to life in a unique way thanks to its unique hand, a watchmaking complication that retrogrades the minutes.

Comics by Reservoir Collection

Blake et Mortimer

Comics series created by the Belgian writer and artist Edgar P. Jacobs

The RESERVOIR Blake et Mortimer collection pays tribute to the daring adventures of Captain Francis Blake and Professor Philip Mortimer, two friends and heroes of authentic and risky stories.

Comics by Reservoir Collection

POPEYE

The Reservoir x LabelNoir x Popeye watch, the second Reservoir collaboration from the world of iconic cartoons

Produced in collaboration between Reservoir and LabelNoir and featuring the famed cartoon character Popeye, this new limited edition brings a nostalgic icon to the wrist in sleek fashion. The timepiece embodies the ready-for-anything attitude of Popeye with the bold spirit of Reservoir and unexpected creativity of LabelNoir, resulting in true comic novelty that’s as strong in design as Popeye’s very own anchor arms. “AAAHuuUUH GUhGuhGuhGuh !”

Popeye playing cricket with dark brown, light beige, and very dark grey comics.

Comics by Reservoir Collection

ABDULLA LUTFI

RESERVOIR watch unveils Limited-Edition Timepiece with Emirati-artist Abdulla Lutfi : Unique creation exclusively available at Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons boutiques

RESERVOIR watch unveils its latest collaboration with the renowned Emirati artist Abdulla Lutfi, introducing a distinctive timepiece that seamlessly blends modern art with traditional Swiss-made

horology. This limited-edition creation is exclusively available at the Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons boutiques across the Middle East

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Fail or Prevail BUT

MAKE IT BOLD

passion for adventure

a radical way
to read time

Creation

Swiss made

The price of the RESERVOIR watch RESERVOIR X Labelnoir X Popeye is 4,700 $ (excl. VAT)

Popeye, the iconic cartoon character known for his sailor attire and spinach-induced strength, actually doesn’t have a different “real” name; he is simply known as Popeye. Created by E.C. Segar, Popeye first appeared in the comic strip “Thimble Theatre” in 1929 and quickly became the main character due to his popularity. The name “Popeye” seems to have originated from his character design, specifically his squinty eye, which looked like it had been “popped” or puffed out. This distinctive name stuck, and he has been known as Popeye ever since his introduction.

Popeye the Sailor Man is renowned for his memorable catchphrase, “I yam what I yam and that’s all what I yam.” This catchphrase epitomizes his straightforward, unpretentious demeanor and his acceptance of who he is. It’s often accompanied by his signature toot on a pipe, further emphasizing his unique, quirky personality. This catchphrase, along with his love for spinach and his distinct voice, has become an integral part of Popeye’s identity, making him one of the most recognizable and enduring characters in cartoon history.

As of my last update in April 2023, Popeye the Sailor Man, the character created by E.C. Segar, is not entirely in the public domain. The early comic strips, specifically those created by Segar before 1950, have entered the public domain. This means that the specific depictions of Popeye and related characters in those early works can be used freely. However, later versions of Popeye, including many animated adaptations and any original elements introduced in those later works, remain under copyright. The rights to these versions are held by King Features Syndicate, a unit of Hearst Holdings.

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