Seagull Watch | Off-center Tourbillon Multifunctional Automatic Watch 43mm

SKU: ST8004ZS
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Movement

Type: Automatic
Model: ST8004
Jewels: 31

Description:
Self-winding mechanical movement beating at 21600 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve up to 37 hours.

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Inheriting the Tourbillon - Mesmerizing Artistry on the Wrist

With its refined yet understated styling, this dazzling horological creation captivates like a kinetic work of art. An objet d'art to treasure and admire, it stirs aesthetic fascination. Sword-shaped hands maximize legibility, fluidly echoing the hypnotic oscillations within. The eccentric ST8004Z tourbillon movement is a rarity among Seagull's tourbillons, with self-winding convenience. This greatly enhances practicality, along with the expansive, eye-catching dial design.Free from winding worries, it empowers busy wearers with accurate time always at hand. As cascading moments slip into memory, this modern heirloom will only grow in significance through time's passage.

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