Gevril Men's 5035 Avenue of Americas Automatic Moon Phase Watch from Gevril

Price: $6,995.00
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Product Description

Luxury Tickers.com is delighted to offer the Gevril Men's 5035 Avenue of Americas Automatic Moon Phase Watch.

A popular brand among collectors and distinguished individuals of style, the Gevril Men's 5035 Avenue of Americas Automatic Moon Phase Watch is available for an affordable price. The 5035 is an intriguing piece prefer by many timepiece enthusiast. The 5035 maintains strength and durability with a flawless sleek design. This is a timepiece that can endure almost anything the wearer endures and also the test of time.

Manufacturer Description

Part of Gevril's prestigious Avenue of the America collection, this automatic stainless steel men's timepiece (model 5035) features a delightfully illustrated moon phase function at the center of the dial. With an updated retro feel that blends a sense of history with current style, the watch offers a bevy of small artistic flourishes including a uniquely patterned guilloche dial and a highly stylized Arabic numeral display that is raised off the surface of the dial. Measuring 44mm wide (1.73 inches), the large, tall rectangular case makes a statement, but it conforms easily to different wrist sizes.

The watch case and highly polished bezel are made from surgical grade 316L stainless steel, and it's complemented by a supple brown crocodile leather strap with tonal stitching. The silver dial includes rose gold-tone Arabic numerals, three-handed movement, and a day-and-date dual window sitting below 12 o'clock. Other features include a 25-jeweled automatic movement with a 40-hour power reserve, curved sapphire crystal for excellent scratch resistance, and water resistance to 50 meters (165 feet)--suitable for swimming but not for diving.

An automatic (or self-winding) watch is fitted with a device (rotor) that automatically winds the spring by using the force of gravity. It needs no battery, but it will stop if you have been physically inactive for an extended period of time--as long as you're moving, the watch will stay powered. Swiss watchmaker Abraham-Louis Perrelet invented the self-winding mechanism in 1770. It worked on the same principle as a modern pedometer, and was designed to wind as the owner walked.

Product Features

Quality automatic movement; functions without a battery; powers automatically with the movement of your arm Beautiful rose-gold plated case Reliable self-winding automatic movement Day, date, and moon phase feature Water resistant up to 50 meters

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