The Raider Bivouac 9000 is a groundbreaking watch. A watch that sets new standards and achieves something previously thought impossible by pushing the boundaries further than ever before. It is the first mechanical wristwatch capable of measuring altitudes of up to an incredible 9,000 meters above sea level – an impressive demonstration of Favre-Leuba’s ingenuity and its steadfast refusal to rest on its laurels.
Hand-wound; specially designed mechanisms for altimeter and power-reserve indicator; power reserve of 65 hours
Hours, minutes, small seconds, central hand to display altitudes of 3,000 m per full rotation, subdial for displaying altitudes of up to 9,000 m and air pressure in hPa, power-reserve indicator, date display
Titanium. Bidirectional rotating bezel with anodized aluminum insert; screw-in crown; sapphire crystal with antireflection coating on both sides; screwed and aligned case back; diameter 48 mm, height 18.7 mm, water-resistant up to 3 bar/30 m
Stone Grey. Applied indexes; luminous indexes and hour and minute hands, red hand for altimeter
Leather with pin buckle