Seagull Watch | Designer Series Manual Winding Tourbillon Watch 41mm

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Type: Manual-wind
Model: ST8000
Jewels: 19

Self-winding mechanical movement beating at 21600 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve up to 43 hours.


Artisanal Craftsmanship, Sculpting Time as Art

While time ebbs away, only an enduring icon like the Sydney Harbour Bridge remains standing tall. This architectural marvel now inspires Seagull's "Designer" collection, harmonizing horology and human ingenuity.Emulating the bridge's minimalist power and purity in engineering, the case sides mimic its distinctive girders and riveted frame for a sleek, lightweight silhouette. An integrated three-piece case construction accentuates slimness and tactility, pioneering innovations in Seagull's design. With a refined yet understated styling, integrating architectural aesthetics, this contemporary canvas perfectly amplifies the distinct personal flair of the discerning wearer. As an icon of human creativity that has withstood the test of time, it inspires us to appreciate each moment as an artwork in itself.

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