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Feynman One "Classic"

SGD$1,388.00

The Classic is the best exemplification of the Feynman One design, with a monotone and harmonious palette exhibiting the design features we have placed our focus on. A grey dial ensures the Classic is suitable for wear on all occasions and settings, pairing well with any style and colours of attire. 

Variant Details:
- Silver Steel Hands
- Blued Pinion Cap
- Grey Lizard Straps

Important Notes:

Warranty: 2 Years International against all workmanship defects.
Shipping: International Insured Shipping is free. 

Note: The shade of color on the dial varies in appearance under different lighting. Caseback engraving may differ slightly according to each model.

The Feynman Cove collection features the venerable Swiss ETA 7001, which features an impressive 42 hours of power reserve. The caliber is manufactured to ETA's Top-Grade specifications.

Movement: Top Grade ETA 7001

Operation: Manual Winding

Reserve: 42 hours

Frequency: 21600

Jewel Count: 17

Case Diameter 39mm
Lug to Lug 45mm
Case Height 12.5mm
Lug Width 20mm
Case Water Resistance 50m / 5atm
Strap Material
Genuine Lizard Leather
Strap Width 20mm
Tapers to: 18mm
Attachments: Buckle & Tang
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