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Item#: 38642
Reg. $395
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The watch that wears its heart on your sleeve

Beauty is only skin deep but the engineering goes right to the bone. Intelligent collectors of vintage mechanical watches have grown bored with mass produced quartz movements. Like fine antique car collectors, they look for authenticity, but they also want practicality from their tiny machines. Inspired by a rare museum piece dating to 1779, we engineered this classic with $31,000,000 worth of precise Swiss built machinery to create the intricate gears and levers. So the historians are thrilled with the authenticity and the demanding engineers are quite impressed with the technical performance.

The crystal on the front and the see through exhibition back allow you to observe the gold-finished mainspring, escapement, balance wheel and many of the 17 jewels work in harmony. The balance wheel oscillates at 21,600 times per hour for superb accuracy. So give it a little wind and the gears roar to life.

Skeleton watches are a collector’s piece and are almost impossible to find for under $1,000, let alone $100. But we pour our money into the watch construction, not into sponsoring yacht races and polo matches. So you can wear a piece of watch making history and still keep most of your money in your pocket, not on your wrist.

  • Movement: Manual 17-Jewel - P6250S
  • Rose-gold finished alloy case
  • Rose-goldfinished crown & stainless steel caseback
  • 42mm Case diameter
  • 14mm CaseThickness
  • Mineral Crystal
  • Black leather strap
  • 20mm Band Width
  • 3ATM WaterResistant
  • Fits wrists 7" - 8 1/2"
  • 69 grams

Rating: 4.67 out of 3 votes cast

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Attractive watch that draws attention from others However the hands are quite thin making it difficult to read the time without intense light. Also it loses at least a minute or more per 24 hours.


Howell, Michigan

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very cool

very cool watch keeps perfect time wish it was automatic but I get tons of compliments



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hello well I love this watch have had it for quite a few years. I just upgraded to your other skeletal watch. now I would like to know if by chance you have wrist bands for my first watch on the back of the watch it has a case # I think it reads # 14636. my wrist band is still the original that came with it. and now it is just falling apart. I need a new wrist band it is the brown and gold buckle on it any info would be awesome. thanks Rick


winthrop ma.

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