Seagull 1963 Wind Chaser Edition with Transparent Caseback

SKU: 819.93.2023
Sale price$639.00 Regular price$699.00
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Color: 1963 Rainforest
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Technical Specs


Type: Manual-wind
Model: ST1901
Jewels: 22

Self-winding mechanical movement beating at 21600 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve up to 36 hours.


Chasing the Wind, Racing at Top Speed

The Seagull 1963 Wind Chaser series adopts the ST1901 movement, inheriting the lineage of the Seagull 1963 Original Edition. Drawing inspiration from the flight watch design blueprints in the Seagull Watch Museum's collection, it carries on the aviation spirit of the Seagull 1963 Original Edition - with a purely tough, retro style. Go to windy places to explore, as one who chases the wind. The dial uses a graded sparkle pattern, displaying a sense of hierarchical texture; matched with the classic serpentine hands and sharp, eye-catching luminous numeric markers, the glow gets brighter as night falls. The chronograph buttons have a radiating texture design, tough and retro, exceptionally stylish. The transparent caseback fully reveals the mechanical beauty of the ST1901 movement and the engraved words on it-- “天津手表厂” (Tianjin Watch Factory) and “中国空军” (Chinese Air Force), making it a timeless masterpiece.


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