Alfred Dunhill Carwatch Mechanical Watch Limited Edition

$2,450
Alfred Dunhill Carwatch limited edition timepiece ETA automatic mechanical movement in mint condition.
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Brand: Alfred Dunhill Carwatch Limite Edition Gender: Men's Case Size: 45mm Case Material: Titanium & Ceramic Glass/Lens: Sapphire Movement: Automatic ETA 2671-2 Water Resistance: 30 Metres Strap Material: Leather Strap Color: Black Clasp: Butterfly Dial Color: Brown Product Code: DCX3331AM Condition: Mint Alfred Dunhill Carwatch timepiece ETA automatic mechanical movement in mint condition. Dunhill watch is a limited edition and it has an unusual tapering rectangular shaped case designed for driving, with beautifully cut and curved crystal. Dunhill straps with sturdy deployment, a classic Dunhill bulldog engraved on the back. The case is 14mm deep at it's widest point (including glass lens), 46mm lug to lug and 28mm (30mm with crown) across. The case is unpolished titanium and ceramic and houses a Swiss ETA 2671 automatic movement. The brown dial, which is protected by a shaped anti-reflective sapphire glass lens with magnifying lens at 6 o'clock, has polished ruthenium line markers at hour intervals with a black minute track inside. The watch has polished ruthenium luminous minute, hour and second hands. There is a date window at 6 o'clock. On the case side there is a large knurled push pull crown. At the bottom of the case there is a removable metal plaque. The watch comes fitted with the original Dunhill black leather strap with a steel and titanium Dunhill clasp. The case is in perfect condition, as can be seen from the images, with no marks on the upper ceramic area or the lower titanium part of the case. The watch incorporates a Swiss automatic mechanical movement and will therefore not need to be wound as long as the watch is actively worn. If you do not wear your watch for a period exceeding 38 hours, you will need to wind it manually to restart it. However, it is recommended that you manually wind the watch at least once every two weeks. It is also important to adjust the time once a month as automatic movement can gain or lose a few minutes per month.

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