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Wilbur Limited-Edition Watches merge art and science

If you’re looking for ultra-lux quality and craftsmanship, you need to check out Wilbur Limited-Edition Watches. These watches feature CNC-machined steel, floating dial details, anti-reflective sapphire crystals, and a custom automatic movement. Wilbur has pushed the boundaries of art and design to create something new. It’s a watch with the same relentless attitude and spirit as you. You’ll definitely make a statement with this watch’s patent-pending chassis and suspension system, as well as a 9-part, modular case for future customization. And the exhibition back with “launch” rotor gives you even more to look at and marvel over. Furthermore, it’s all designed by an award-winning designer, inspired by rockets, cars, and you. Finally, make a statement, and show the world you’re in it to win it with this watch.

Wilbur Limited-Edition Watches merge art and science
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" It's great watch for people looking to make a statement. "
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Tera Cuskaden
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Models
JWA Silver/Yellow, JWB Black/Red
Materials
CNC Steel, Anti-Reflective Sapphire Glass
Movement
Automatic
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Ali

Its definitely an Alien's Technology we are using here on planet earth. Awesome Watch. 

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Suzanna
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Glad you like it!
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