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Kurono Tokyo Calendrier "Type I"

Hajime Asaoka unveils his latest model, a calendar watch called the Calendrier "Type I." The watch debuts an all-new design language for Kurono Tokyo with an Art Deco-inspired dial in a green hue, polished and hand-bent leaf hands, and a forged 38mm 316L stainless steel case with a vintage-inspired, coin-edged bezel and box sapphire crystal. The watch is powered by a Japanese-made Miyota 9122 automatic, which has a 40-hour power reserve and has a triple calendar complication. 

Available for purchase on August 11th at 7AM PST/10AM EST. Deliveries for the watch begin in mid-September. 


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