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Pick it up and you’ll notice the scalloped, sharply curved lugs – actually part of a monobloc caseback – screw-down crown, sapphire caseback (through which, a Sellita SW-280 calibre) and if you’re in a really attentive frame of mind, the fact that it has a custom designed Sidereus buckle rather than an off-the-shelf number.
That would probably be about where the process would end. It’s a handsome watch in a pretty straightforward sense, vaguely modern in appearance but in all the important ways, a traditional watch.
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