Seagull Diamond-set World Time Watch 41mm

商品貨號 (SKU): 819.35.1115V
Color: Blue
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Type: Automatic
Model: ST2130
Jewels: 28

Self-winding mechanical movement beating at 28800 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve up to 39 hours.


Discover the World Time on Your Wrist.

The exquisite design and subtle elegance of this timepiece, reminiscent of a captivating wrist masterpiece, create a profound aesthetic impact that captivates enthusiasts as a cherished collectible. It showcases 24 time zones and the current time difference through the time zone ring and city ring. The dial is adorned with 11 genuine diamonds as hour markers, radiating brilliance, complemented by a calendar display at 6 o'clock.

The synthetic sapphire crystal, boasting exceptional wear resistance and anti-glare properties that rival diamond hardness, ensures a clear and enduring visibility. The 316L stainless steel case, with robust corrosion resistance, presents a high-quality and aesthetically pleasing appearance without any adverse effects on the skin. A transparent case back allows the observation of the movement through the glass, providing a clear insight into the mechanism's operation.

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