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The steel case is 48mm wide and PVD coated in a matte gun metal gray. The dial looks to be a slightly different shade of gray with "electric" blue numerals and light colored hands. Tsovet wanted to add something else aside from merely an automatic movement - so they called upon master strap maker Micah Dirkstem to craft a light tan calf leather strap that is Bell & Ross style and fits the case style quite well. Inside the watch is a Swiss ETA 2892 automatic movement. Tsovet will only produce 25 pieces of the Electric Blue. The watch will cost $1,995 and be available next month. You an pre-order one here.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch reviews site aBlogtoRead.com.