Seagull Watch | Military Watch "The Battle at Lake Changjin" Limited Edition 43mm

SKU: 811.93.6109
Sale price$489.00
Collaboration Edition

Only 1950 pieces released, commemorating the Battle of Lake Changjin in 1950. Each watch has an independent code, and is extremely collectible.

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Movement

Type: Automatic
Model: ST2500
Jewels: 25

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

Description

Limited Edition Collaborative Watch for the Film "The Battle at Lake Changjin" 

Heroic spirit placed on the wrist: Fearless in the face of adversity, undaunted by challenges. Light in the darkness to guide the way: 3D raised lume scales, sword-shaped hands. Artisanal ingenuity of the ST25 automatic winding in-house movement, forged from 316L stainless steel through multiple processes, with a screw-down crown. Starry shield, solid as a rock: Timely screw-down with high water resistance, sealed tight and leakproof.

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