The Olympics Are Here. Every Second Counts. Three Jacquestro Sports Watch Recommendations

From August 5th to 21st this year, the 31st Summer Olympic Games will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In sports events, time awareness is particularly important. Between minutes and seconds, it is not only a battle of victory and defeat, but also a battle of honor. ‘Lost milliseconds and thousands of miles’, accurate timekeeping has been the tireless pursuit of previous Olympic Games, and this is where the brand spirit of Jacques Rodriguez lies. Jacques Dross not only adheres to the innovative development of time display and precise timing functions, but also insists on the deep integration of superb craftsmanship and brand design. Today, on the occasion of the opening of the Olympic Games, our watch home brings you three Jacques Dro sports watches.
Jacques Dross stainless steel sports second hand watch J029020241

Product model: J029020241
Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: Stainless steel
Strap Material: Crocodile Leather
Dial size: 41 mm
Water resistance: 50 meters
Watch details:
Jacques Dro stainless steel large seconds watch (female) J029020270

Product model: J029020270
Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: Stainless steel
Strap Material: Crocodile Leather
Dial size: 41 mm
Water resistance: 50 meters
Watch details: SW Chrono J029530202

Product model: J029530202
Movement type: automatic machinery
Case material: Stainless steel
Strap Material: Crocodile Leather
Dial size: 45mm * 13.93mm
Water resistance: 50 meters
Watch details: Chrono’s design is inspired by the large second hand sports series. It is a sports chronograph specifically used for precise timing. Like a modest gentleman. This watch uses stainless steel as the main material. The charcoal grey bezel lines and cutout lugs connect the charcoal grey dial and charcoal grey strap, which is extremely three-dimensional and masculine. The chronograph buttons on both sides of the crown, the small seconds at 3 o’clock, the hour dial at 9 o’clock, and the large calendar pane at 12 o’clock are perfectly integrated into the overall sporty temperament, showing the beauty of mechanical complexity.
Summary: Since its establishment in 1738, Jacques Dro has been doing everything he can to achieve self-transcendence over and over again. For these three watches alone, the charm of movement and luxurious taste have been integrated. As everyone knows, the spirit of the Olympic Movement is ‘taller, faster, stronger’. Jacques Dro is not only insisting on making every watch, but also paying tribute to the Olympic spirit.