Roger Tallon Chrono Steel Watch
Watch for men
Made in France - Besançon
Case: black brushed stainless steel, dimensions 42 mm x 40 mm, steel background
Dial: black with two counters, white hour and minute hands, yellow chrono second hand, white markers, inner bezel with minute, date at 6 o'clock
Strap: black milanese stainless steel 20 mm
Buckle: black sliding
Movement: analogue quartz Ronda 5021-D - chronograph and date functions
Waterproof: 50 m
The Dark Master with black Milanese bracelet is very trendy. This model presents a contrast supported by the black of its dial and thick white needles. The half-moon shaped case is embellished with three colored buttons that energize the whole.
Roger Tallon is a French designer considered as one of the most important creator of the French industrial design. He is a pioneer and a visionary in the design field. He is the designer of the TGV : ergonomics, colors, lights, visual identity.
He is the first designer to create watches for a watchmaking company. He invented the Camera Duplex 9,5mm for Pathé, in 1954, and the Teleavia, the first portable TV, in 1966. He also created the famous helical stairs. He worked seven years for General Motors. Then, as a teacher, he is the one who created the first industrial design course by creating the design department of decorative arts superior national school, in Paris.