Vintage appeal, Italian spirit and extra-bold styling for a versatile and robust watch
Powerful, bold and unmistakable, it boasts an Italian name, design and colours. The Scrambler represents an absolute novelty and a turning point, because it is the first CT Scuderia watch to have a square-shaped case. The collection takes its name from the storied scrambler, i.e. the on and off road motorcycle created on the West Coast of America in the 1960s. Suited to city center streets, but ready to venture onto unpaved desert and mountain tracks, this is the spirit of the Scrambler chronograph.
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Sport casual for the city, unstoppable on the road
The features and details created by Italian designer Enrico Margaritelli derive from his passion for vintage mechanical engineering.
For the Scrambler Saturno, strength is the square-shaped, 44 x 42 mm, 13.5 mm thick three-piece steel case, with three finishes: copper, steel and black.
The precision of the Swiss Made Ronda 3520 D quartz movement is protected by a case held together by 12 screws, water resistance to 10 ATM-100 meters, and the solidity of the sapphire crystal glass.
Scuderia Italia, extra bold style
The tricolour pushers at 12 o’clock and the red and green chronograph hands and dials pay tribute to extra bold Italian style. A quick glance is all it takes to check the time in the heat of the action.
The rapid release mechanism lets you switch and swap between a fine Italian leather strap (smooth or lightweight), a steel bracelet or a strong and super light silicone band.
A chronograph that doesn’t go unnoticed
The white and grey chequerboard background behind the CT mark gives Saturno a sportier personality. The three-piece case is held together by 12 screws in yet another tribute to vintage mechanical engineering.
The details that tell an Italian story
It is the story of Enrico Margaritelli, the third generation of a family of passionate watchmakers and a competition enduro rider in his youth. The sporty strap, made of fine leather, represents the best of Italy.