In collaboration with award-winning designer Eric Giroud, REBELLION has conceived and developed the Predator in the same spirit as the rest of their collection: with authenticity, refined design, and uncompromising quality and performance.
Many characteristics of the Predator, both technical and aesthetic, are inspired directly from racing cars - like the brake disks and the pedals - and are found throughout the watch. Despite the watch's avant-gardist nature, the Predator is crafted with respect to horological tradition.
Since their launch in 2008 REBELLION has developed a strong reputation for their distinctive masculine watches - chronographs, regulator and tourbillons - inspired by racing cars
Race refined components.
First we have the five-layered dial, the base of which is in a honeycomb that ensures absolute rigidity while maximising transparency and lightness.
The sectorial seconds at 9h are indicated by means of a double hand: a shorter hand indicates 0 to 30 seconds, which is then replaced by a longer hand indicating 30 to 60 seconds.
In red gold or steel, the hands of the hours, minutes and chronograph are diamond-cut, hollowed, and then treated with SuperLumiNova to ensure excellent legibility and a lighter vision of time.
The bezel is attached by 8 distinctive screws with heads in the brand's logo and the back by 6 torx screws, reinforcing the racing spirit of the watch.
Another exclusivity of this model: the case, which is constructed in a complex sandwich of superimposed layers allowing considerable personalisation according to owner's taste.
The Predator is available in several case materials: red gold, red gold/ceramic, steel, steel/ceramic.
An exclusive watch for those with a passion for speed.
Despite its relatively classical shape, the Predator perfectly encompasses the passion of REBELLION 's founders for endurance car racing. A passion that carries through to the race team that carries the brand's name, 'Racing Rebellion', which participated in the Le Mans 24 hours and the Le Mans Series in 2010, with two Lola LMP1 driven by Nicolas Prost, Andrea Belicchi, Neel Jani and Jean-Christophe Boullion.
A limited edition of 24 watches, called the LM24, was launched at the Le Mans 24 hours in 2010, and the watches were be worn by the drivers during the race.