Makina Watches

Uriel_VI Deep Blue


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Introducing, our very first bronze timepiece where class and elegance inspired by Uriel's original time-only design meets industrial charm that comes only with one of the most alluring of metal alloys.

The curvaceous cushioned shaped case measures at only 38mm, 44mm from lug to lug with a total thickness of only 11.1mm and yet commands attention on the wrist; wearable in both formal and casual attire.

The appeal of bronze is its ability to develop a patina over time creating characteristics unique to its owner. At the owner's discretion, this patina can easily be removed to its original warmth and luster using only common household ingredients.

It comes with a premium genuine crocodile leather strap. 

Uriel_VI's dial is based off of the original Uriel_I updated with modernity in mind. It has 2 layers and are finished with radial, satin finishing.

​The textured indices are thick and arched, made to look as if lifting the top layer above its base. Although minimalist in design language, it's chiseled components give its symmetrical design visual depth and dimension.

​Powering Makina's standard sword-like hands is a movement made in Switzerland that is used by many luxury Swiss watch brands - Sellita SW200-1, visible through an exhibition style caseback.

CASE: 38mm polished, bronze case. 44mm only lug to lug. 11.1mm only, total thickness. 

DIAL: The multi-layered dial is made of brass with a radial satin finish, applied metal indices and brass 3-dimensional hands. 

GLASS: The glass is a domed, high quality, scratch resistant sapphire crystal with 3x anti-reflective coating.

MOVEMENT: Through the exhibition caseback is an automatic Swiss made Sellita SW200 with 26 Jewels with hacking seconds.

STRAP: a 20 mm padded, genuine crocodile leather.

Waterproofing: 50 m rating,

ABS-CBN, Manila - This watch was part of the story in the hit show "Flower of Evil", worn by protagonist Piolo Pasqual. Watch it on Viu and maybe soon on Netflix. Officially credited by ABS-CBN.

Worn and Wound, USA: "This watch should be a sweetheart on the wrist, so keep an eye out for its launch from Makina, with shipping expected to begin this December."

Oracle Time, London: "The pulsometer is fast becoming a retro icon, the kind of watch that harks back to the bygone era of early medicine. Makina’s take on it though is anything but."

Watch Life News, Japan: "The combination of the hand-polished upright index, the dial with hands, and the curved case creates a beautiful contrast."  

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