Gc Skeleton Heartbeat Limited Edition watch - Architectural Opulence and Precise Craftsmanship

Apr 05, 2011
The house of Gc is excited to announce its new Skeleton Heartbeat Limited Edition watch, which symbolizes the synergy between highly contemporary design and technical precision.

Developed with a scrupulous attention to details, the new Gc watch has adopted a 44mm case. It is crafted from polished and brushed stainless steel. The case sports an elegant bezel, produced from the same material.

At 3 oclock, the model reveals a screw-down crown, embossed with the Gc logo. The case is 100-meter water-resistant. Its top part is shielded by a scratch-resistant glare-proofed sapphire crystal.

The new Gc Skeleton Heartbeat Limited Edition watch is also equipped with a transparent back side, which allows the owner to admire the intricate workings of the Swiss made hand-wound mechanical skeleton ETA 2801 movement.

Paved with 17 jewels, it beats to the rhythm of 28,800 vibrations per hour and provides a 42-hour power reserve.

The mechanism serves to animate the functions of hours, minutes and seconds. They are immediate and clear on the open-worked dial, equipped with Roman numerals and blue hands.

The final touch is provided by a black leather strap. The model is issued in a limited edition of just 150 pieces.

The brand also offers a diamond-set version of the new Gc watch. It employs a steel case, attached to a genuine black alligator leather strap. Alternatively, the watch can feature a rose gold (PVD) case, accompanied by a grey genuine alligator leather strap with an exclusive Gc deployment buckle. The launch of of this variation is strictly limited to 25 pieces.

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