Seagull Ocean Star Dual Calendar Ceramic Bezel Watch

SKU: 816.32.1047H
Sale price$549.00 Regular price$569.00
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Color: Orca Black
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Movement

Type: Automatic
Model: ST2100
Jewels: 28

Description:
Self-winding mechanical movement beating at 28800 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve up to 42 hours.

Description

Venture into the unknown depths of the sea.

The lightweight ceramic bezel crafted with exquisite workmanship combines ceramic material and 316L stainless steel, releasing a distinct wristwatch style with a smooth and delicate touch. Equipped with a ST2100 movement and 28,800 vph frequency for precise timekeeping, it has an ample 42-hour power reserve. With a screw-down crown and unidirectional rotating bezel, double seal design made specifically for diving. Luminous coatings on pointers and hour markers emit a bright glow at night for clear readability. 316L stainless steel band with double safety folding clasp. The black steel band utilizes electroplating process for added luminosity.

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