Seagull Double Skeleton Automatic Couple Watch 38mm

SKU: M182SK-02
Sale price$449.00
Color: Blue Hand
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Type: Automatic
Model: ST16
Jewels: 21

Self-winding mechanical movement beating at 21600 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve up to 39 hours.


Double Skeleton Watch, Sophisticated Mechanical Marvel

Introducing the Seagull Double Skeleton Automatic Watch 38mm—a captivating blend of mechanical mastery and aesthetic elegance. At its heart lies a meticulously crafted automatic movement, visible through the intricate double skeleton design of the dial and case back. The mesmerizing interplay of gears, springs, and balance wheel is showcased in exquisite detail, offering a fascinating glimpse into the inner workings of the watch.

Measuring a refined 38mm in diameter, the stainless steel case exudes understated sophistication, complemented by a sapphire crystal that ensures durability and clarity. The minimalist yet striking design of the dial features elegant hour markers and hands, allowing the mesmerizing skeleton movement to take center stage.

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