AUDAZ Sea Ranger GMT Meteorite [crossing time & space]

Embark on a journey through time and space with the AUDAZ Sea Ranger GMT METEORITE, a watch that transcends boundaries and keeps you connected, no matter where your adventures take you. Sea Ranger GMT: The Sea Ranger GMT is not just a watch; it’s a statement for the modern explorer. Its additional GMT hand elegantly sweeps across the dial, allowing you to track a second time zone with ease. The 42mm 316L Stainless Steel case, with its 50mm length and 14.50mm height, is designed for comfort and style, reflecting the dynamic spirit of those who are always on the move.

Meteorite Dial: The dial of the Sea Ranger GMT is a piece of history, each one boasting a unique Widmanstätten pattern from meteorite fragments that have journeyed through space to grace your wrist. 

These dials are not just timekeepers; they’re conversation starters, adding a cosmic touch to the watch’s sophisticated design.

Easy to Read: With the Sea Ranger GMT, clarity is key. The Swiss Super-Luminova on the indices and hands ensures that time is always visible, whether you’re diving into the ocean’s depths or jet-setting across the globe. 

The watch’s design philosophy centers on legibility, making it an indispensable tool for any adventure.

GMT Automatic: At the heart of the Sea Ranger GMT beats the TMI NH34 Automatic movement, a marvel of engineering with 24 jewels and a 21,600 BPH frequency. 

The 41-hour power reserve means your watch keeps ticking, even when you’re off the grid. The exhibition case-back is a window into the watch’s soul, showcasing the precision and care that goes into every Sea Ranger GMT.

For the traveler who seeks both elegance and utility, the AUDAZ Sea Ranger GMT is a beacon of reliability. It’s a watch that not only tells time but also tells a story of wanderlust and discovery.

To learn more about this remarkable timepiece and to join the ranks of discerning adventurers, follow the LINK to explore the new Sea Ranger GMT from AUDAZ.


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