Seagull Ocean Star Next Wave Watch 44mm

SKU: 816.27.6119
Sale price$499.00
Color: Rocky Black
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Technical Specs


Type: Automatic
Model: ST2500
Jewels: 25

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


Fearless of Waves, Living Life with Ease

Ride the wind and waves, fearless of challenges. The unidirectional ratcheting bezel, paired with a screw-down crown, enables accurate control of sports timing. Equipped with an ST25 movement, the high beat frequency of 21,600 vph minimizes error, ensuring stable timekeeping. The 2mm anti-pressure synthetic sapphire crystal, with a hardness up to 9 Mohs, second only to diamond, has high transparency and is extremely scratch and abrasion resistant. The hands and hour markers feature energy storage luminescence for easy night reading. The openworked back offers clear views of gears in motion, appreciating the mechanical ingenuity. Suitable for sports scenarios while also suitable for daily wear.

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