The unique dual-style case design
Presenting an innovative dual-style case design distinguished by its removable bezel, providing a seamless and expedient means to dynamically alter the appearance with just a swift push – a fusion of style and adaptability at your fingertips.
Casing and details
- 316L stainless steel
- 40mm width (with crown)
- 47mm lug to lug
- 20mm lug width
- 12.7mm thickness
- Front & back sapphire with AR coating
- Dial index with super luminous BGW9
- Miyota 9019 premium movement
- Power reserve 42hr+-
- Around 10ATM
- Genuine leather strap
- FKM strap
Versatility in design is the art of creating solutions that gracefully adapt, seamlessly blending form and function to meet the ever-evolving needs of diverse environments and users.
Life is a canvas painted with the vibrant hues of experiences, where every color tells a story and contributes to the masterpiece of the existence.
Special made for year of the Dragon
Designed with artistry and devotion, this watch is a tribute to the Year of the Dragon, blending tradition with modernity in a timepiece that speaks to both heritage and style.
The Dragon design takes Inspiration from the Art of Traditional Chinese Paper Cutting.
Legend has it that paper cutting originated during the Han Dynasty (206 BCE – 220 CE), and its evolution mirrors the cultural tapestry of China. The dragon, a symbol of imperial authority, is often depicted in vibrant displays during festive celebrations and important ceremonies. Its sinuous form, rendered with precision, becomes a testament to the artisan's skill and the enduring spirit of Chinese heritage.
The engraved bezel
Dragons are powerful symbols of strength, good luck, and prosperity in Chinese culture. They are associated with the emperor and imperial power, making them a symbol of authority and leadership.
Dragons are often linked to the concept of longevity and immortality. The association with the pearl also emphasizes the idea of wisdom and enlightenment.
The central dial design
The Chinese plum blossom, also known as Meihua (梅花) in Chinese, holds significant cultural and symbolic meaning.
As one of the first flowers to bloom in late winter or early spring, the plum blossom is considered a symbol of hope and renewal. Its appearance signifies the arrival of a new season and the promise of warmer days ahead.
Literary and Artistic Symbolism
Overall, the Chinese dragon is deeply ingrained in Chinese mythology, folklore, and art, representing a potent blend of power, wisdom, and auspiciousness