Vero VS-DB Watch Launched With Three Bands At A Massive Price

Vero Watch has announced the launch of Verus VS-DB watch at $3400. The watch is designed using a DLC coated black case coupled with black dial. The highlight of VS-DB watch is the integration of three different bands alongside a spring bar tool.

With a size of 42mm at Bezel, the VS-DB watch is manufactured using stainless steel 316L. The watch features a push button crown paired with a screw down bezel.

The black dial background paired with white colored numbering system adds attraction to the VS-DB watch. The small and large dial looks really shaped. If you look at the watch, you will find the setting pleasing to your eyes. The round adjustment looks big and easy to handle. The watch measures 39mm at the wrist.

Since the product package includes three bands, you need not have to run for aftermarket bands in case the original loses shape or gets damaged when used for an extended time. The black band looks very nice for the watch when viewed it in pictures.

On the rear, you can see the punching of the word Vero with several rubberized bushes. We can also spot few regulatory statements around the rear circle.

The hands of the VS-DB watch feature a polished black oxide steel illuminated with Swiss Super-Luminova. Hence, if you wear the watch you will find it premium and elegant. The dial is integrated with 316L laser cut mechanism with pad printed numbers measuring 35.5 mm. The watch bears a 22mm strap and is water resistant up to 5ATM.

When it comes to the movement, the VS-DB watch ships with an automated Eterna caliber 39 mechanical system for extreme accuracy. Moreover, the watch is equipped with a 65h power reserve not found on any other watch. As we mentioned earlier, the VS-DB watch comes with black silicone, waxed cotton, and tan leather bands color options.

The disadvantage of VS-DB watch is its price. You will have to shell out a massive $3400 with additional shipping charges, which will be calculated based on the address.

Anand Narayanaswamy is a freelance technology writer based in Trivandrum. He had contributed several articles and reviews for various software based portals.

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