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Massena LAB Magraph

Massena LAB's latest watch marks a major milestone as the watch is powered by their first-ever proprietary movement: the M660. Designed by Raúl Pages, the manually-wound movement features a broad plate with Côtes de Genève finishing, hand-chamfered anglage on the plates and bridges, and a power reserve of 60 hours. As for the design of the watch, Massena LAB took inspiration from the Bauhaus movement of the 1930s with its minimalist dial that's framed in a 38.5mm 316L stainless steel case. The watch is fitted with a Jean Rousseau Paris strap made from rubber-lined sturgeon skin in a deep indigo finish. 

The watch is limited to 99 pieces and the first deliveries begin this December. 


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