Category Archives: Seagull ST21XX

New Prometheus Collections

Amongst micro-brands, Prometheus (www.prometheuswatch.com) is very prolific. After the Ocean Diver, Recon 5 and Manta Ray, this microbrew brand has been expanding their collection range with new additions: Baiji Featuring tritium vials, this nautical watch uses an ST2130 movement made by Tianjin Seagull. Tritium vials use the radioactive decay of tritium to keep the compound shining. The […]

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introducing: moVas watches

Australia-based architect Sean Wai created a successful line of bicycles, showcased at www.bikesoul.com. In 2008, the entrepreneur decided to venture in the field of wrist watches. After seeking pointers from the Watchuseek forum, he eventually set on to build the brands moVas and infinitum from scratch. The word moVas stands for movements from Asia and the collections […]

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introducing: Orange Watch Company

Based in Australia, the Orange Watch Company launched a limited edition of 50 Military Submariner homage watches housing the Seagull ST2130, a Chinese clone of the Swiss ETA 2824-2. The original Rolex Submariner produced for the British Royal Navy was characterized by a dagger-shaped hour hand and painted Tritium indexes. The case had the bracelet […]

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