Versace V Master Complication Watch - Unrivalled Performance on Your Wrist

Oct 06, 2010
The V Master Complication watch, manufactured by the house of Versace, is instantly identifiable due to its enthusiastic personality.

The charismatic design of the Versace watch holds a number of inner values. The model provides the basic functions of displaying hours, minutes and seconds, complimented by those of day, date, month and chronograph. Moreover, the model is equipped with a moon phase complication.

The above mentioned features are immediate and clear on a white matte dial, which boasts a rose gold plated finish.

The audience can admire a lozenge texture, featured in the middle of the display. The dial is completed with Arabic numerals and centralized blue-painted hands, circulating serenely over them.

The display of the V Master Complication watch also comprises a chronograph counter, located at 9 o’clock. At 12 o’clock it exposes a counter, indicating a month, day and date. Both sub-dials are endowed with blue hands. They are kept company by a moon phase indicator, artfully presented at 6 o’clock. The brand’s logo is found at 3 o’clock.

The perfectly balanced dial is enclosed in a stainless steel case, which features the dimensions of 42.4 mm x 51.0 mm. It is outlined by a top ring, crafted from solid 18 ct rose gold.

The absolute precision of the timekeeper is guaranteed by a Swiss-made automatic chronograph movement - ETA 7751 Valjoux.

The timepiece is secured to the wearer’s wrist on a brown genuine alligator leather strap, finished with a stainless steel folding clasp. The new Versace watch stakes its claim as a remarkable model, whose elegance and advanced technology will satisfy every demand of the contemporary person.

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