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Underwater photographer and RGM.

Written by: rgmdesigns | Published on: March 1, 2011

RGM and Nick Caloyianis We at RGM recently ran into an old friend of ours who is putting his RGM Ref. 300 Professional Diver to the test. The watch of Nick Caloyianis–award winning underwater photographer and cinematographer—isn’t subjected to run-of-the-mill conditions. His work (and probably his play) demands a robust timepiece, not only to withstand [...]

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PART 5: The Center of the World

Written by: rgmdesigns | Published on: February 14, 2011

Peru is the third largest country in South America (about three times the size of California), and contains 28 different climates, from the arid desert, temperate to frigid temperatures of the rugged Andes mountains, to the warm, humid tropical rain forests. In addition, Peru has some of the largest fisheries in the world, and is [...]

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Geneva Time Exhibition

Written by: rgmdesigns | Published on: January 20, 2011

The new year ushered in an exciting opportunity for RGM Watch Co. to unveil to the international community our new Pennsylvania Series of watches. RGM debuted its “American Made” watches at the Geneva Time Exhibition, at the International Geneva Conference Centre (CICG) in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday 16th to Friday 21st of January, 2011. The Geneva [...]

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PART 4: Lost city of gold, found!

Written by: rgmdesigns | Published on: December 10, 2010

Right away Romain feels a change in the weather – Destination South America. What land borders Ecuador and Colombia to the north, Brazil to the east, Bolivia to the southeast, Chile to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west? This is where our journey begins in the land of Peru. When we look [...]

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PART 3: New Frontier

Written by: rgmdesigns | Published on: November 11, 2010

After his trek across the United States , Romain takes a turn North, headed for a new frontier. The land of Canada occupies a position chiefly in the North Temperate Zone, though extending to the Arctic regions. Canada has a long history of trails. From the first footpaths of the original natives to today’s Trans [...]

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PART 2: Northwest U.S. and into Canada

Written by: rgmdesigns | Published on: October 1, 2010

Please continue to follow – RGM’s North Pointer GMT and Romain Oudot -As they Navigate the World. In part 1 we introduced you to Romain Oudot, a 22 year old French adventurer on an around the world journey. After crossing the American mid-west, we now find Romain in the northwest United States in Yellowstone National [...]

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PART 1.Travel Around the World with…

Written by: rgmdesigns | Published on: September 13, 2010

The Around the World Journey of the North Pointer Travels with Romain Oudot and RGM Romain Oudot is an adventurous twenty-two year old furniture craftsman from the small, Eastern village of Grande Combe Chateleu, France. Several years ago Romain decided to set a goal for himself to travel around the world. Towards that end he [...]

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History in the Watchmaking.

Written by: rgmdesigns | Published on: August 27, 2010

The latest in the family of RGM chronographs is Reference 400, a new automatic with design cues that hearken back to some of the glory days of classic auto racing. This self-winding marvel blends a functional layout with eye-catching color to produce a bold statement resulting from distinct harmonious elements. Ref. 400 chronographs represent a [...]

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RGM Professional Dive Watch

Written by: rgmdesigns | Published on: August 12, 2010

There are many pastimes and professions that call for a rugged timepiece – those activities performed at high altitude, in extremely hot or cold temperatures, in close proximity to electrical or magnetic fields, or perhaps merely those which might result in one’s watch becoming scraped, scratched, dinged or submersed. As you would expect, the industry [...]

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RGM and Richard Sachs Racing !

Written by: rgmdesigns | Published on: July 6, 2010

“…can still enjoy working some magic with my hands.”

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