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Burberry Releases Its First Automatic Watches

British fashion house Burberry have just announced the brand’s first collection of watches utilizing an automatic movement. Featuring a round-edged square face inspired by the D-ring fastenings found on the label’s trench coats, these handsome watches features a Swiss-made automatic movement customized for the brand with circular Geneva stripes engraved on the movement and a Burberry logo etched on the rotor. Available in four different variations including a chronograph version and a variant sporting a power reserve indicator, all four models boast a date indicator and are available with either a metal bracelet or leather strap. We’re particularly partial to the gunmetal variant with power reserve indicator on a dark taupe colored alligator strap. Prices start at £1,125 GBP (approximately $1,810 USD) and go up to £2,775 GBP (approximately $4,464 USD) for the watches and they can be found at Burberry stores and the brand’s online store.

Source: GQ

Date: Oct 4, 2012  /  Views: 16  /  Author: James Shorrock
Category: Style  /  Tags: Accessories, Watches, Fashion, Burberry