Black Belt Spirit Watch - If You Respect Bushido Values

Oct 22, 2010
The new Spirit watch follows the steps of the Black Belt watch introduced in 2009. The timepiece has maintained the Kanjis virtues engravings on the bezel, the black color and the black belt emblem featured by its predecessor.

The Spirit watch has been created to reflect the same Samurai values as the Black Belt model. While the first model was created exclusively for holders of a black belt, the new timepiece is aimed at the general public, yet in a limited edition of 300 pieces. The owners of the watch should respect the Bushido values - goodness, courage, loyalty respect, and honor.

The case of the Spirit watch is sculptured from black PVD-treated steel and measures 42 mm in diameter. The face of the watch is framed by a rotating bezel demonstrating 12 engraved kanjis. As for the case back, it is engraved with the major Bushido virtues. The timepiece is 100-meter water-resistant.

The timepiece is equipped with a reliable quartz movement that powers the following functions: hours, minutes, seconds, date and chronograph.

The tone-on-tone black dial is embellished with a guilloche pattern. The hour counter and minute counter are found at 3 and 9 oclock respectively. At 6 oclock, your glance will be caught by the small seconds counter featuring the black belt logo. The date window is positioned between 4 and 5 oclock.

The Black Belt Spirit watch is presented on a black patterned flexible silicone/rubber strap.

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