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Fears Brunswick Platinum

British watchmaker Fears releases its Brunswick timepiece in solid platinum. The 38mm cushion-shaped case requires over 100 hours to shape and polish to perfection and the entire watch takes four months to complete. Each watch will also feature a hand-finished Anthracite Grey or Fears Blue dial that is built in a 58-step process with diamond or platinum-plated indices. The watch's movement is a manually-wound ETA 7001 with platinum-plated bridges and plates. Completing the watch is a hand-sewn Kevlar strap with platinum-colored stitching and a hand-made solid platinum buckle. 


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