Seagull 18K Gold Double Axis Tourbillon Watch

SKU: ST8520GC
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Movement

Type: Automatic
Model: ST8520
Jewels: 42

Description:
Self-winding mechanical movement beating at 21600 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve up to 55 hours.

Description

"Miraculous Wing No. 1" -- three-dimensional rotating tourbillon

As the first "multi-axis tourbillon" work, the creative inspiration of "Miraculous Wing No. 1" comes from the brand's core of "spread your wings and make dreams come true", extending to the imagery of "wings", which is incorporated into the overall design of the "multi-axis tourbillon", perfectly unifying meaning and form. As Sea-Gull's upgraded tourbillon masterpiece, the operating trajectory of the "dual-axis tourbillon" mechanism in the "Miraculous Wing No. 1" is like wings spreading and rotating in the air, fully embodying the meaning of "spread your wings", and is a peak technology being conquered one by one, bringing Sea-Gull's dream gradually closer to international top brands.

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