Seagull Watch | Trendy Edgy Skeleton Polygonal Automatic Watch 43mm

SKU: 811.52.6095HK
Sale price$539.00
Color: Black & Red
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Movement

Type: Automatic
Model: ST2502K
Jewels: 25

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

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Explore Endless Possibilities With Unbound Spirit

Embodying bold individuality and fearless spirit, the design ethos empowers the young at heart to play by their own rules. The robust case houses intricate mechanics with profound artistry, harnessing each moment's energy to convey powerful precise timing. Like a heartbeat, its complex inner workings symbolize the depths within. With confidence and curiosity, forge your own path - where will your passions lead?Let this timepiece inspire self-expression and the joy of discovery. Make each second count by being true to who you are. With relentless creativity, cross new frontiers. Only you can define your limits. It's time to explore - the journey has just begun.

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