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Specifications

Case: Marine Grade Bronze CuSn8 
Diameter: 42mm, curved lugs and case design makes it perfect to wear every day
Lug to Lug Length: 50mm
Thickness: 14mm
Lug width: 22mm
Movement: Seiko NH35 with color-matched Date Wheel
Power Reserve:41 Hours 
Water Resistance: 300m
Crystal: Sapphire with Inner AR coating
Dial: Apply Super Luminova BGW9(swiss Rc-tritec)
Hands: Apply Super Luminova BGW9(swiss Rc-tritec)  
Bezel: 120 Click Unidirectional insert Ceramic inlay apply lume BGW9
Crown: Bronze CuSn8 Screw Down 
Case back: Stainless Steel Screw Down with Dolphin engraved
Bracelet: Hand-made horween leather strap with bronze buckle

Package Includes:

Carton Gift Box
Steel Warranty Card & User Menu
1X High-quality  rubber strap



The Vintage bronze watch design

As a material already synonymous with weaponry and machinery, bronze definitely gives off an intrinsic masculine vibe. Driving that vibe home is the Bronze SeaStar,
a downright rugged piece that nevertheless retains an elegant edge. The 42mm case is bronze with a satin finish, and the case back is Stainless steel 316L.
Power by Seiko NH35A self-winding mechanical movement with a bi-directional rotor system and 40-hour power reserve.
Also featured is a bronze screw-down winding crown, and a bronze unidirectional rotating bezel.
Rounding out the watch’s masculine charms is an aged leather strap, which delivers all the more patina.





Marine Grade Bronze CuSn8 watch case

Bronze has been around almost as long as horology. First used in weaponry and decorations around 4,000 BC — roughly when the first water clocks appeared
— it’s mankind’s oldest alloy.
Concocted of varying combinations of copper and tin, bronze can pack a Vickers hardness rating higher than that of wrought iron and stainless steel combined.

Bronze is also antimagnetic and resists corrosion — especially that caused by seawater.
By generating a patina of copper oxide, bronze actually shields itself from further contamination. These characteristics,
along with its ability to stand out in the seas of stainless steel wristwear, make it an ideal alloy for your wrist.





High-Tec ceramic bezel  apply Super Luminova BGW9 from swiss RC-TRITEC 

Ceramic is one of the hardest classes of materials known meaning that engineering the material is extremely hard.
On the other hand, because it is so tough, it’s difficult to scratch. Ceramic is pressed into the desired shape.
The pre-formed pieces are then baked at an extremely high temperature. After the ceramic is finished cooling, it is milled into the desired shape and polished.





Dome Sapphire crystal AR coated





Power by Japan-made TMI Seiko NH35/NH36
(24 jewels and power reserve 41 hours)










The case back engraved with Dolphin





The Super Luminova BGW9 from Swiss RC-tritec





The Vintage Look Hand-made Horween leather strap





Bronze CuSn8 Buckle





Customer review for the bronze sea star






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