The dial is the same brushed charcoal grey dial as that of the previous Range Rover watch, and again it has three sub-registers. The original release had a brushed charcoal dial with silvered accents, while this time around the tachymeter scale, indexes, sub-dials, and hand-set are copper colored. This gives the dial a nice warm glow, almost like the tan many of us are craving this time of winter. As always, the controversial date window is located at six o’clock, thankfully with a black date disc to camouflage it a bit.
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