Earnshaw Longcase Men's Automatic Leather Watch - ES-8011-02
The Longcase time-piece is a three hand automatic skeleton. The face is a delightful aesthetic indulgence as the exposed mechanics not only reveal the intricate workings of the Longcase but are beautifully decorated with gems which are laid in minute studs and tiny coloured screws which adds a lavish dimension to the watch.
Movement: Automatic Skeleton 3 Hands with Open Heart
Case: Stainless Steel
Case Diameter (mm): 48
Case Thickness (mm): 16
Case Shape: Round
Case Colour: Stainless Steel
Dial Colour: Black
Band: Genuine Leather Strap
Band Colour: Brown
Buckle: Strap Buckle
Band Width (mm): 22-20
Water Resistance: 5 ATM (50 Metres)
Watch Weight (g): 100
30 DAY RETURNS
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Refund or Exchange
We accept change of mind returns within 30 days for either a refund or exchange to a different watch.
Returning your item is as easy as submitting your return via our Returns Centre and sending it back to us!
We accept returns that are:
- Returned to us within 30 days of delivery
- Not worn, damaged, altered or used in any way
- Returned with the original watch's undamaged packaging
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Original postage and gift-wrapping fees are non-refundable.
2 YEAR WARRANTY
This watch comes with a 2 year international Manufacturer's Warranty. The warranty guruantees that it will be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use from the date of purchase until expiration of the warranty.
Thomas Earnshaw was one of the great old British watch makers and being watch enthusiasts this Hong Kong based company knew that by bringing his name back into the modern world of watch making they could honour and celebrate him as well as giving great pleasure to other like-minded people. Rest assured when wearing a Thomas Earnshaw you will have on your wrist a personal timepiece that because of the hand finishing will be unique to you and you alone.
Inspired by some of the most famous Thomas Earnshaw designed chronometers used by Charles Darwin on the Beagle while discovering the Galapagos or by Captain Mathew Flinders who first charted Australia, they hope you enjoy wearing the collection as much as they enjoy bringing it to you.