$ 59.00 $ 199.00
Blue SKELETON WRIST WATCH - HAND WIND BLACK LEATHER BAND ****************************************************
BEAUTIFUL WATCH, EASILY WEARABLE FOR A PROFESSIONAL LOOK OR FOR EVERYDAY CASUAL.
GREAT GIFT IDEA. It is a great gift for your Groomsmen, or Best Man.
Ladies can wear as a stylish boyfriend watch.
Transparent dial with skeleton design gives you the most fashionable point of view. Stainless steel watch case makes the watch more durable. High Quality Organic Crystal- Maximum Scratch Resistant. Transparent corrosion-proof dial with Roman numerals hour marking. High quality leather band gives you a new classic definition. 3ATM water resistance suits your daily need.
Classic skeleton design, elegant Victorian style stainless steel & silver tone components. Elegant silver movement with some gold gears, Blue Roman numerals, Blue and white hands. Very unique design Stainless Steel Case, see through mineral glass view windows.
Specification(approx (1 cm=10 mm≈0.394 inch)):
Diameter: 41mm Thickness: 15mm Length of watch band: 185mm Band Width :1.8cm Movement: Mechanical (Hand Wind) Watch band: High grade leather Watch case: Stainless steel Wight: 70 g Water resistant: 3 ATM, not suitable for swimming, shower. Dial Color: White and Blue
1 Brand new Classic mechanical automatic watch
1. Please peel all films off before wearing. 2. Please keep the watch away from magnet to avoid making the watch stop working. 3. Power by shaking the watch manually . 4. Fully winded,the power reserve of your watch can reach 36 hours. 5. If you wear it more than 10 hours per day,extra winding up will not be necessary. 6. This watch runs on kinetic energy and movement is part of what keeps it working.
A mechanical watch is a watch that uses a non-electric/electronic mechanism to measure the passage of time. They are driven by a spring which must be wound periodically, and releases the energy to activate the balance wheel, which oscillates back and forth thanks to the balance spring at a constant rate, transmitting the impulse through the lever escapement to the gear train, that divide the impulse into hours, minutes and seconds, thus making 'ticking' sound when operating. Mechanical watches evolved in Europe in the 1600s from spring powered clocks, which appeared in the 1400s.
When you buy this watch, you will be the owner of an attractive classic piece of historical invention that exhibit right on your arm.