Seagull Victorious General Rabbit Watch Stainless Steel Edition

SKU: 819.27.6153
Sale price$469.00
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Type: Automatic
Model: ST2500
Jewels: 25

Self-winding mechanical movement beating at 21600 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve up to 45 hours.


Mountain-patterned armor, vigorous and rising; General Rabbit, always victorious.

At the 12 o'clock position, a little bronze mirror, a clear mind is like a clear mirror. Black lacquer flows like water, representing mountain-patterned armor culture, condensing the wisdom of craftsmen. The case is made of 316L stainless steel with the addition of MO material, more corrosion-resistant. Fine brushed treatment for a matte texture, sharp craftsmanship, distinct contours.

The gourd nameplate on the side of the watch is a symbol of auspiciousness in traditional culture, Gathering blessings and wealth, warding off evil and disasters. The Year of the Rabbit corresponds to Mao in the twelve Earthly Branches, representing the spring of all things. Luminous hands and hour markers are visible in low-light conditions. Synthetic blue sapphire crystal, Mohs hardness level 9, scratch-resistant and durable, high transparency.

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