Thomas Earnshaw Woolwich Edition Men's Watch - ES-8063-13

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The next generation of the famed Beagle collection from Earnshaw has arrived. The ES-8076 is attributed to the Woolwich Shipyards which built the famed HMS Beagle before she set sail on her epochal voyage that would change the fate of mankind's understanding of its own history.

The solid Stainless Steel case retains the gently contoured double level bezel design and well proportioned at 42mm in diameter completed with a see-through exhibition casebook.

Under the Sapphire coated Mineral lens, the self-winding skeleton movement is finished with a variety of fabrication techniques from matte to polish creating added depth and detail. A dial built with an intricate yet industrially influenced set of bridges, Indexes, and circular cutaways compliments the movement perfectly making for a superbly unique timepiece that blends both modern and vintage.

Rectangular luminous hands match faceted trapezium luminous Index perfectly adding excellent legibility and clarity of readout.

An excellent hard wearing, yet elegant genuine Leather strap with a signature E buckle completes the Beagle and makes for an eminently wearable timepiece for the watch enthusiast and connoisseur.

Movement: Mechanical Automatic 3 Hands
Case MATERIAL: Stainless Steel
Case Diameter (mm) : 42
Case Thickness (mm) : 13
Case Shape: Round
Case colour: Black
DIAL colour: Rose Gold
Band: Genuine Leather Strap
Band colour: Black 
Buckle: Strap Buckle
Band Width (mm) : 22-20
Water Resistance: 5 ATM
Watch Weight (g) : 90
WARRANTY: 2 Years International

The next generation of the famed Beagle collection from Earnshaw has arrived. The ES-8076 is attributed to the Woolwich Shipyards which built the famed HMS Beagle before she set sail on her epochal voyage that would change the fate of mankind's understanding of its own history.

The solid Stainless Steel case retains the gently contoured double level bezel design and well proportioned at 42mm in diameter completed with a see-through exhibition casebook.

Under the Sapphire coated Mineral lens, the self-winding skeleton movement is finished with a variety of fabrication techniques from matte to polish creating added depth and detail. A dial built with an intricate yet industrially influenced set of bridges, Indexes, and circular cutaways compliments the movement perfectly making for a superbly unique timepiece that blends both modern and vintage.

Rectangular luminous hands match faceted trapezium luminous Index perfectly adding excellent legibility and clarity of readout.

An excellent hard wearing, yet elegant genuine Leather strap with a signature E buckle completes the Beagle and makes for an eminently wearable timepiece for the watch enthusiast and connoisseur.

Movement: Mechanical Automatic 3 Hands
Case MATERIAL: Stainless Steel
Case Diameter (mm) : 42
Case Thickness (mm) : 13
Case Shape: Round
Case colour: Black
DIAL colour: Rose Gold
Band: Genuine Leather Strap
Band colour: Black 
Buckle: Strap Buckle
Band Width (mm) : 22-20
Water Resistance: 5 ATM
Watch Weight (g) : 90
WARRANTY: 2 Years International

Water Resistance is not Water Proof!

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What is Water Resistance?
Every watch is designed differently and the individual design of each watch determines how resistant to water pressure that watch is. You should always check the water resistance measure of a watch before using it, so you can decide when to wear it and when to take it off.

What is the ATM?
The ATM of a watch is short for Atmospheres and is a measure of the level of water pressure a watch is designed to withhold. A higher ATM means that a watch can withhold more water pressure, whilst a lower ATM mean that it was designed to withstand less pressure.