THOMAS SABO, for the first time, presents a new collection of automatic watches, expressively designed in an iconic fashion, true to the brands history of design. The five unisex models with the distinctive name 'Rebel Automatic Skulleton' will be available exclusively from THOMAS SABO stores and the online e-Shop from the 1st October 2018.
THOMAS SABO, for the first time, presents a new collection of automatic watches, expressively designed in an iconic fashion, true to the brand's history of design. The five unisex models with the distinctive name 'Rebel Automatic Skulleton' - a notable play on words merging the skeleton watch design, with the motif of a skull - will be available exclusively from THOMAS SABO stores and the online e-Shop from the 1st October 2018.
The face, casing and bracelet of the new Rebel Automatic Skulleton have a distinctive appearance and are inspired by the unmistakable DNA of the THOMAS SABO Rebel at Heart men's jewellery line. Eight silver-coloured skull motifs integrated into the stainless steel bezel give the watches their rebel edge. The transparent dial is also the signature design element, as it provides a fascinating view of the skeletonised Miyota automatic movement. A further highlight is the elaborately set glass, set in the back of the case, in the form of the iconic THOMAS SABO skull design - a unique feature that makes the movement visible from both sides.
The series comprises five different models in three colourways; black, silver and gold, with either stainless steel or leather bracelets.
About THOMAS SABO
THOMAS SABO is one of the globally-leading jewellery and watches companies, designing, selling and distributing lifestyle products for women and men. The company, established in 1984 by Thomas Sabo in southern Germany, operates around 300 of its own shops across all five continents with a total of around 1,860 employees. THOMAS SABO also collaborates globally with approximately 2,800 trade partners.
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