The Liberty series gives you the autonomy to switch it up as you like it. Each Liberty series timepiece comes with quick-release interchangeable straps, so you can switch out the strap easily - no tools required.
Each Liberty timepiece is powered by a skeletonised Seagull automatic movement, with 36 hours of power reserve. The watch is powered by your kinetic movements and by winding the crown, such that you will never need to change batteries. Encased in surgical stainless steel, protected by 5 ATM water resistance and topped with ultra scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass, this bold statement piece is a sight to behold.
Movement: Seagull skeletonised automatic movement TY2809
Power reserve: Approximately 36 hours
Glass material: Sapphire
Case material: 316L Stainless Steel
Case diameter: 41mm
Case thickness: 12mm
Case colour: Brushed Black with Polished Edges
Hands: Black with Lume
Water resistance: 5 ATM/50m
Why I Love It:
Like its predecessors, the Kent Hall & Co Liberty offers remarkable value for its asking price. For less than S$250, the Liberty features sapphire crystal, sufficient water-resistant rating, a Seagull automatic skeletonised movement, and a better-than-expected FKM rubber strap. It’s also quite a looker, and personally reminds me of watches such as the Zelos Avant A-4, or even the Girard Perregaux Laureato Skeleton. It’s certainly a striking statement on the wrist, without breaking the bank.