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Twenty-8-Eight Automated
DeWitt
Featuring a subtle mix of character and refinement, the look in the new Twenty-8-Eight assortment is sober and balanced. Presenting a rather thinner case and a lot more discrete columns on its flanks, the brand new Twenty-8-Eight collection offers a captivating impression of lightness, nevertheless devoid of denaturing the manufacturer. This new addition to your DeWitt loved ones also intends to pay for tribute to standard watchmaking procedures as well as in specific towards the historical 18th century guilloche? equipment still employed currently via the DeWitt artisans. The Twenty-8-Eight selection completely valorises the deep know-how with the DeWitt Manufacture through exceptionally high excellent finishings that allow gentle and shades to delicately enjoy with volumes and colors.
Twenty-8-Eight Computerized
DeWitt
Imagined and to start with dedicated to paper on August 28, the new "Twenty-8-Eight" is likewise a welcoming wink to Mr de Witt's illustrious ancestor, Napoleon Bonaparte, proclaimed "Emperor in the French" via the Senate on 28 Floreal on the French republican calendar. Twenty-8 is thus a reminder of Mr de Witt's imperial heritage, but likewise as with the correct passion for watchmaking which includes accompanied his loved ones throughout generations. AUTOMATICThe new Twenty-8-Eight Automatic is definitely an "urban classic" timepiece, remarkably refined and sober. The forty three mm spherical circumstance presents specifically comfortable proportions as it is a little bit thinner (10. 28? mm) as opposed to Academia collection. Traces also are softer, given that the flanks of your case are adorned by 48 modest imperial columns.
Twenty-8-Eight Computerized
DeWitt
Exhibiting hours, minutes and centre seconds, its black velvet experience is artistically divided in two distinct guilloche zones: a light flame pattern furnishing outstanding lifestyle on the centre of the dial, then surrounded by a sublime and reassuring sunray sample that structures the entire structure. Flames and sunrays are divided by a refined circle applique that echoes the skinny and glossy columns around the bezel. Time is indicated by good roman numerals positioned about the 4 cardinal points and discretely interconnected by little cabochons. The DeWitt rotor, made in-house, is noticeable through the sapphire crystal again. Last but not least, two miniature "W" signatures are to become uncovered over the crown and within the golden buckle. TWENTY-8-EIGHT AUTOMATICTECHNICAL DESCRIPTIONCalibre: Motion: Self-windingFunctions: Hours, minutes, secondsReference: DWT8AU (ETA2892)Energy reserve: 42 hoursRotor: DeWitt's designVibrations: 28'800 A/hBalance: 3-armed, built in GlucydurBalance-spring: FlatEscapement: 510 angle of liftJewelling: 21 jewelsCase: Circumstance: Round-shaped, adorned with DeWitt's imperial columns pattern about the flanksMaterial: 18-carat rose goldDiameter: forty three mmTotal thickness: 10,28 mmCrown: 18-carat rose gold polished crown adorned having a ring built in blackened titanium that includes the "W" signatureDistance between lugs: 21 mmCase back again: Sapphire crystal, secured with screwsDial: Dial: Black velvet color, two-zone guilloche: internal with flame guilloche pattern, external with baguette guilloche pattern, circle applique with columns, roman numerals and cabochonsHands: Hrs and Minutes: Open-worked hands inside the form of two-edged swordsWristband: Wristband: Mat black Alligator leatherBuckle: 18-carat rose gold pin buckle, polished, engraved "W" signatureOther: Water-resistance: 30 metersLIMITED Edition: five hundred PIECES The world of watchmaking distribution is in turmoil. 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