Seagull Heartfelt Seconds Dial Endless Love Watch 34mm

SKU: 813.96.6130L
Sale price$489.00
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Movement

Type: Automatic
Model: ST17
Jewels: 20

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

Description

Endless Devotion, Infinitely Yours

Celebrating relationships fortified by time's passage, the Heartfelt series evokes love's shining constancy. With classic aesthetics and thoughtful details, it portrays affection not as a fleeting caprice, but an eternal promise - one heart pledged to another, come what may. The minimalist case exudes refined taste, while the polished 316L steel band speaks of unwavering commitment. Anchored by a precise quartz movement, it keeps time reliably as the years unfold. Let this enduring keepsake kindle warmth on the wrist, its gentle pulse reminding that true bonds only strengthen with each rising sun. For the heart that found its home, may every moment reinforce - you are infinitely mine, and I am infinitely yours.

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