Thursday, March 31, 2016

JS Watch co. Sif Volcano Edition

Iceland based luxury watch manufacture JS Watch co. unveils a special edition mechanical wristwatch which features a unique dial made of ash from the legendary Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull.
The Sif Volcano Edition, which displays a splendid face of Icelandic lava field with red decoration lava spew on the dial, comes with a Handmade Shark leather strap with red stitching.
The Sif Volcano watch comes with a hand-engraved decoration with 24k gold inlay of the Goddess Sif and her golden locks on the sides of the surgical grade brushed stainless steel case. The watch is also available without engraving.
The Sif N.A.R.T. Volcano watch is water resistant to a depth of 1000 meters with luminous hands and indexes and Swiss Made Mechanical movement “Execution Top” with Automatic winding, 25 jewels, Custom decorations, Blue screws and Rhodium plated finish. All decorations and craftsmanship is of the highest quality.
Technical details
Movement
Soprod A10-2 Swiss Made Mechanical movement “Execution Top”
Automatic winding
25 jewels, Custom decorations, Blue screws and Rhodium plated finish
38-hour power reserve when fully wound
Fine tuning: “Assortment Chronometer”
Shock protection: Incabloc
Adjusted to five positions

Case
Surgical grade German Stainless Steel "316L".
Diameter: 40mm, height 13.5mm
Surface finish: Brushed Steel with hand-engraved decoration and 24k gold inlay
Sapphire Crystal with multi anti reflective coating on the inside
Solid Stainless Steel back
Screw down crown
Water-resistance: 1000 meters
Lug with: 20mm

Dial
Black dial made from volcanic ash with Arabic numerals and indexes
White Super-LumiNova material on numerals and indexes
Date display at six o'clock

Hands
Skeleton hands
Rhodium plated with white Super-LumiNova and Red tips and Red second hand

Strap
Handmade 20mm Black Shark skin with red stitching and JS Watch co. Reykjavik buckle or optional deployment clasp
Steel bracelet also available

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