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Ming 37.07

After selling out of their Mosaic model in 2020, many of the company's fans requested for a more accessibly priced model. This week, Ming presents the 37.07, a more minimalist take on the mosaic design that features a 38mm stainless steel case that frames a sapphire dial with a gradient finish. Powering the watch is a manually-wound Sellita for Ming SW210.M1, which features anthracite skeletonized bridges with contrast rhodium circular brushing and a power reserve of 40 hours when fully wound. The watch includes a water-resistant rubber strap from Jean Rousseau Paris and a tuck buckle with a micro adjustment feature and a leather travel pouch from Studio Koki Sato. 

The watch goes on sale on July 28th at 7PM PST/10PM EST and a second window will open on July 29th at 6AM PST/9AM EST. 

CHF 3,250 (approx. $3,368),

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