The Bethune DB28 now arrives in a “small point”, the new DB28XS Starry Seas comes coupled in a 38.7mm case with a beautiful vivid blue dial interspersed with a “random guilloche” of stars in white gold whose watchmaking brand claims to be the first of the world.
If we look to the past we can find many similarities with the DB28 Starry Sky, although now in this more moderately sized version, it appears with a wave effect on the dial and without the tourbillon.
Thus, the new DB28XS is presented in a Grade 5 Titanium case with dimensions of 39mm in diameter by 7.4mm in thickness, and which comes with a mirror-polished finish, the usually hinged lugs and 30m of water resistance.
On the beautiful blue dial, we can also find a silver-plated skeletonized hour and minute hands, in addition to the white chapter ring with Arabic numerals.
Inside beats the Caliber DB2005 manual movement, which operates at a frequency of 4Hz and offers up to 6 days of power reserve thanks to its two barrels.
The “little” De Bethune is attached to a blue alligator leather strap with a Titanium pin buckle and can be purchased for USD 90,000.
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Brand: De Bethune
Model: DB28XS Starry Seas
Dial: Blue titanium
Case Material: Grade 5 Titanium
Case Dimensions: 38.7 mm Diameter, 7.4 thickness
Crystal: Sapphire Glass
Water Resistance: 30 Meters
Strap: Blue alligator leather strap with a titanium pin buckle
Functions: Hours, minutes
Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 Vph)
Power Reserve: 6 Days
Price: USD 90,000
Limited Edition: No