With the Milan, Aerowatch introduces its first integrated bracelet-style wristwatch. The lugs blend seamlessly with the stainless steel case, which is water-resistant to 120 meters and has a diameter of 41 mm. The sporty and elegant timepiece features a cool blue dial accented by a delicate pattern in the shape of tiny firs.
This motif is also reiterated in the seconds hand. With this symbol, the family-run company alludes to its origins in the Swiss Jura, which is also the home of the bird of prey of the same name. The automatic three-hand watch is powered by a Sellita caliber SW200-1, which is revealed through a sapphire crystal caseback.
The Milan by Aerowatch is equipped with a polished and brushed three-link metal bracelet with pricing marked at $1,720. Alternatively, the brand also offers a combined leather-rubber strap retailing for $1,630.
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