Seagull Watch | Jade Rabbit Moon Phase Watch

商品貨號 (SKU): 100048743813
促銷價$499.00

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Technical Specs

Movement

Type: Automatic
Model: ST2153
Jewels: 32

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

Description

Jade Rabbit Gazes Upon the Moon, Stars Shine Resplendent.

Integrating the rabbit motif with the changing moonphase, cycling endlessly, as if keeping pace with the flow of time. Bathed in moonlight, embracing hope and chasing dreams. The power reserve display clearly shows the remaining energy in the watch, like a car's fuel gauge, keeping it under control and avoiding any stoppage. The pointer date indicates the calendar, the cute jade rabbit shape gazes upwards, bestowing renewed vitality upon the small dial, colliding with new pop culture trends. The lizard grain leather strap is flexible and breathable. 316L stainless steel offers robust corrosion resistance, with an even higher luster after polishing.

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