Seagull 1963 Watch

Seagull 1963 Watch

This Seagull 1963 Watch guide will provide you all the information you need to become better familiar with this watch in 2022.

You'll undoubtedly be interested in the wonderful Seagull 1963 if you're looking for a legendary mechanical chronograph without having to spend a fortune.

This magnificent clock with a ton of astounding specifications is made to compete with other mechanical watches for your attention. The moment you lay eyes on it, you'll be in awe.

The watch's amazing movement, distinctive dial, solid case, fascinating design, and overall packaging make it alluring even if many people don't like the strap that comes with it.

But first, let's study a little history of the Seagull brand before we walk you through all you need to know about the Seagull 1963.

About Seagull

Famous watchmaker Tianjin Seagull Watch Group has its origins in Tianjin, China.

Despite being established in 1955, the business has become well-known for its amazing timepieces.

While Tianjin Seagull Watch Group's timepieces won the hearts of watch enthusiasts, the business is also regarded as one of the major manufacturers of mechanical watch movements, producing an estimated one-quarter of all movements sold worldwide.

Let's quickly mention that the Chinese government ordered the establishment of the Tianjin watch manufacture in 1955, which began with four craftsmen.

Despite this, the watch has developed into a recognized global brand.

Seagull 1963 specifications

Watch Specification:
Movement:  Seagull ST1901 [Manual mechanical movement]
Case material: 316L stainless steel
Case back: see-through caseback
Watch mirror:  Sapphire glass with AR coating
Water resistance: 50m / 5 ATM
Luminous: Green super Luminova 
Dial: pale white 
Crown: Pull/push crowns
Case: Screw-Down Case
Watch Dimension:
Case diameter: 40mm (without crown)
Case length: 48mm( lug to lug )
Case thickness: 18.8mm 
Lug width 20mm

Any collector will surely want to get their hands on the Seagull 1963, a really unusual timepiece.

Even though the watch is built in China, its magnificent, totally mechanical ST19 movement rivals the Swiss movement that served as its model in every way.

Additionally, as we already noted, mechanical chronographs are hard to come by and expensive, scaring off potential buyers.

In spite of this, the Seagull 1963 is reasonably priced and a great addition to your collection.

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