Seagull 1963 Moon Phase Edition

SKU: M199S
Sale price$1,399.00
Color: M199S
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Technical Specs

Movement

Type: Manual-wind
Model: ST1908
Jewels: 22

Description:
Self-winding mechanical movement beating at 21600 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve up to 36 hours

Description

The sun and moon cycle on as the chronograph keeps time.

With a tidy, lucid dial design and balanced layout. If tourbillon watches leave people awestruck works of art, chronographs are surely functional timekeeping tools in hand. This watch, whether in its design, well-sized dial, functions - calendar, 30-minute counter, moonphase - expresses a sense of abundance.

The moon phase cycles every 29.5 days. By calculating the cycles, the waxing and waning moon patterns emerge for appreciation of its beauty on the dial. The synthetic sapphire crystal is anti-glare, super abrasion resistant with a Mohs hardness rating up to 9. The transparent caseback fully reveals the mechanical beauty of the ST1908 movement.

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