Norqain has revealed two new Neverest GMT Glacier references to its Adventure Neverest collection. Offered in two different colorways and sporting a 41mm and 40mm case size respectively, both time-tellers are housed in a stainless steel build.
Synonymous with the collection’s ambitious and never-resting spirit, the two watches are crafted with adventure in mind. The textured dials pay homage to the Himalayan mountains, as it’s imbued with golden cracks that reference the jagged crevasses of Khumbu Icefall. The 41mm version comes outfitted with an anthracite dial plate and a moss-gray ceramic bezel insert. Meanwhile, the 40mm variant features a black color scheme.
Boasting 70 hours of power reserve, the watches are powered by Norqain’s NN20/1 Manufacture caliber, viewable from the transparent casebacks. A closer look at the bridge will reveal “Adventure,” “Freedom,” and “Independence” in engraving, which also summarizes the watchmaker’s core values.
Prices range from 3,980 – 4,280 CHF (approximately $4,555 -$4,898 USD), both watches are now available for purchase via Norqain’s official website.
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