With an industry as old and prominent as luxury Swiss watches, leading brands continue to research and engineer new ideas to help evolve their lineup of high-priced timepieces. The team at De Bethune idealizes this process by introducing bold characteristics to some of its most celebrated models. De Bethune is excited to push the boundaries of traditional watchmaking with the all-new DB28xs Starry Seas, featuring a world-first dial design. Exploring new ventures using the staple DB28, the DB28xs presents a smaller 39mm case size crafted in polished grade 5 titanium.
While a beautiful white lacquered inner bezel displays the watch's silver-plated numerics, true beauty lies in its eye-catching dial. De Bethune is proud to reveal the world's first random guilloché blue titanium dial, resembling the look and texture of a starry sea. Visible from a crystal clear sapphire caseback, the DB28xs is powered by a 160-part DB2005 mechanical hand-wound movement developed in-house by De Bethune. Continuing the cool tones of blue, De Bethune styles the DB28xs Starry Seas with a dark blue extra-supple alligator leather strap and titanium pin buckle. The all-new De Bethune DB28xs Starry Seas is currently available through an authorized dealer with a retail price of $90,000.
Source: De Bethune