Alrakis

Walnut & Marble

€349
incl. VAT
More than 1,000,000 happy customers worldwide
  • Delivery: 2 - 5 workdays
  • Free express shipping worldwide Info Popup Our customers enjoy free express delivery without any import duties or taxes! Learn more >
  • 24 months warranty Info Popup If you find a defect in your model, please contact our customer support and we’ll find the best solution for you. Learn more >
  • 24-day refund policy Info Popup You are free to return your model within the 24-day period. Learn more >

Alrakis (known in Arabic as “The Dancer” or “The Trotting Camel“) lies in the constellation of Draco. This constellation in the northern skies is circumpolar to Central Europe - which means it can be seen all year long.

EAN: # 9120078339947

Specifications

Case
38mm diameter, made from walnut wood and stainless steel in antique silver
Dial
Genuine blue marble
Movement
Automatic movement by Seiko
Bracelet
Adjustable length, made from walnut wood and stainless steel in antique silver (fits on every person’s wrist)
Manual & further information about the watch
Manual

Core Features

Automatic Movement

Automatic watch movements represent the original and traditional functionality of wristwatches. This technology makes use of gravity and transforms the motion of your arm into energy to wind up your timepiece.
So that your automatic watch keeps running when it’s kept still, it features a power reserve with which it will keep running for 35-60 hours, depending on the type of inbuilt clockwork you have.
Stay in motion and your watch will do the same!

Walnut wood

Walnut wood

Elegant & durable. The distinctive grain and the diverse range of colours from chocolate brown to almost black brown make this type of wood one of our favourites for the production of watches, jewellery, sunglasses and handbags. In addition, walnut wood impresses with its high density and the associated stability, which promises your piece of nature a long life! Our walnut wood comes mainly from North America and is 100% FSC certified.

marble

marble

A touch of luxury. The name "marble" comes from the Greek word "mármaros", which means "shining stone". The history of marble dates back to ancient Greek and Roman art, where marble was used for sculptures and architecture. With its distinctive texture and colouring, marble provides a particularly aesthetic appearance that makes our watches and jewellery made from this stone very special statement pieces.

See-Through-Caseback

See-Through-Caseback

We know that it’s what is on the inside that counts - and that those values can also be really impressive! Models with a see-through caseback enable a unique view into the internal clockwork heart of your piece of nature. Particularly with our automatic models, your watch is equally impressive from the front side as well as from the back.

PACKAGE CONTENTS

We found other products you might like!