The laser-engraved caseback depicts the design of a uniquely Japanese art form: the manhole cover. The one you see here sports an image of Osaka Castle during cherry blossom season.
GMT Tokyo Shibuya
The meltin' pot's District
Our journey ends in the Land of the Rising Sun. The GMT Tokyo Shibuya is dedicated to Shibuya, the historic district of Tokyo where tradition and modernity coexist side by side. Walking down the street of Shibuya, you’ll see enormous LED screens, towering shopping malls, and an assortment of luxury hotels and restaurants of all types.
It would be easy to compare it to the iconic Times Square in New York. For a taste of the traditional, you only need to walk off a main street to find an izakaya, or pub, that serves traditional dishes with a plentiful supply of Japan’s own sake.. It is using the traditional patterns found on the walls of historic Japanese restaurants that our Out of Order designers have reproduced, and which represents the Rising Sun on the dial.
Looking at the light gray sunburnt finish on the Full Lume effect dial in the absence of light, you will notice that only the dark gray part illuminate, creating a fascinating wave effect.
THE SWISS GMT FAMILY
OUR NEW SWISS GMT'S
All four models are equipped with a Swiss Ronda 515 24h quartz movement. Each one is guaranteed waterproof up to 10 ATM (100 meters) and boasts a 2-year international warranty. They have a 316L stainless steel cases (44 mm x 1.25 mm), bi-directional 316L steel rotating bezels with hand-brushed two-tone aluminum inserts and colored engraved numbering. Each cover is crafted from flat sapphire-coated glass with magnifying lens at 3 o'clock. The screw-down crowns are made from 316L stainless steel embossed with our logo and featuring a black date window. On the reverse you’ll find a316L stainless steel caseback with engraving unique to the design and a strap cut from genuine, vegetable-tanned and hand-stitched vintage leather.
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