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Valentino Rossi Watch Collection Unveiled (TW Steel)

Valentino Rossi Watch Collection

In an announcement timed to coincide with the Grand Prix of San Marino at the “Marco Simoncelli” Misano World Circuit, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP has announced a new partnership between TW Steel, Yamaha Factory Racing and VR|46, the lifestyle brand created by nine-time World Champion and current Movistar Yamaha MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi.

The announcement event showcased the first products of the relationship between TW Steel and VR|46 – with the unveiling of two distinctive watch collections soon to be available.

The official TW Steel / VR|46 / Yamaha Factory Racing watch collection starts with three new models, available in November, including two Pilot editions TW935 (45mm) & TW936 (48mm), priced at €379 ($490 US) and €399 ($501 US) respectively, and a Tech edition, TW937 (48mm), priced at €799 ($1,003 US).

The VR|46 fan base will also have other choices including the €99 ($125 US) VR|46 / Yamaha Factory Racing “By TW Steel” range of models.

The six-piece collection (VR1 – VR6), available in October and presented in 40mm and 45mm sizes, is economically priced considering features of the models include genuine carbon cases, reinforced mineral crystal and a water resistance.

For additional information, visit Yamaha VR|46 Watches.

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