Meet Jovial Planet Beatrix Watch

Dec 15, 2009
While celebrating its 80th anniversary, Jovial is obviously experiencing its second youth. Now, this vibrant watch company is extremely pleased to unveil its novel Planet Beatrix watch.

The new Jovial watch is dressed in an octagonal case, fitted with a diamond-studded bezel and ultra-modern pink gold-finished claws. It represents a clever blend of revolutionary materials: carbon fiber employed in manufacturing of the dial, and rubber, utilized for producing the strap.

The Planet Beatrix watch accommodates the Quartz Ronda 5030D movement, which offers the functions of hours, minutes, seconds, date, as well as that of chronograph.

The steel case of the Jovial chronograph watch features a pink gold-finished or silvered surface. The appealing look of the case is enhanced by a play of 112 diamonds, which generously y embellish the bezel. These dazzling diamonds are joined by 12 gemstones, the crown is paved with. The marvelous timekeeper is armed with a sapphire crystal on the dial side.

The dial of the Jovial watch is performed in black carbon fiber. It is lavishly adorned with 120 scintillating diamonds. The dial is completed with a date aperture, nestled at 4 oclock.

Fitting this cheerful model is a black rubber strap, equipped with a folding clasp. The Jovial Planet Beatrix watch boasts 100-meter water-resistance.

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