Gorillawatches - Gorilla Fastback RS White


Excl. VAT (outer eu delivery):



    • Japanese automatic movement
    • Caliber Miyota 8215
    • 21 jewels
    • 42h max. power reserve
    • 21.600 vibrations /h
    • Stop seconds


    • Woven forged carbon case
    • Ceramic bezel
    • Anodised aluminium “pinstripe”
    • Scratch resistant sapphire crystal,
      anti-reflective coating on both sides
    • Open titanium caseback with sapphire crystal
    • Titanium screw-down crown
    • Water resistance: 10 ATM / 100m
    • Width: 44 mm case diameter
    • Thickness: 13 mm
    • Lug to lug: 57 mm

dial, hands & numbers:

    • Matte white dial
    • Black Super-Luminova™ printed numerals
    • Super-Luminova™ filled hour disc, minute hand, and hour markers


    • FKM rubber, Cordura™
    • Titanium pin buckle


Design – Crazy – Quality – Uncompromising

Are you looking for a watch that complies with the rules? At Gorillawatches you will find something different. Octavio Garcia and Lukas Gopp, both coming from management positions at Audemars Piguet, have launched Gorilla, a watch brand that produces such distinctive and fascinating creations that their models are truly addictive.
Their passion for fast cars and muscle cars combined with their love of watches and their many years of experience in the design and manufacture of complex and highest quality timepieces can be felt in each of their creations.
The use of uncompromisingly high quality and exceptional materials to the very edge of what is possible creates watches that do not exist a second time. Gorillawatches breaks the rules of the watch industry and creates constantly new, extraordinary models. Absolutely special and yet wearable – absolutely high quality and yet affordable – Gorillawatches breaks new ground and their incredible success proves them right.

They draw their inspiration from the iconic shapes of American muscle cars and the perfect form of supercars. A sculpture created by speed, aerodynamic and full of power – that’s how Gorilla’s creations are described.
Sports watch designs from the 60s and 70s enter into a union with the most modern materials. The result: innovative timepieces that withstand time and make their mark.