TSOVET SVT-AT76

TSOVET SVT-AT76

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If you’re spending more than your first car on a watch, you better be getting what you pay for. The TSOVET SVT-AT76 is more than you bargained for. The movement is Swiss made and driven by an ETA 2892-2A automatic calibre. What’s that mean? First, it’s ridiculously high quality. Almost more importantly, it has a sweeping second hand. You know what other notable brand has a sweeping second hand? Rolex. Exclusivity wise, it’s limited to 25 pieces so it’s also more difficult to come by than a few of the R brand watches. The band is described as “Buttery Italian” and is handmade in Napa Valley by the renowned band maker Micah Dirksen. The rest of the watch is steel or PVD gunmetal and the face is equipped with super luminous electric blue markers. It’s hefty, metal, handmade and has Buttery Italians. It’s like someone at TSOVET read our minds.

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