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Rouge DZN: Breacher


PRODUCT: BRACELET
MATERIAL: Mil-Spec G-5 Aerospace-Grade Titainium
PROCESSES: 5-axis machined from billet block, etching
FINISH: Zero hand finishing / Calculated tool-paths
DIMENSIONS: LINK WIDTH: 24mm (0.94"), LINK HIEGHT: 12.69mm (0.49")

The 52-part BREACHER bracelet is an intelligent, multi-axis assembly that anatomically contours around the unique forms of the human wrist. The full assembly, taking over 100 machine-hours to complete, flows freely to constantly adapt to the natural movement of its wearer. Made from the finest military-grade titanium in the world, each link is comprised of four unique parts that dynamically rotate on two independent axes, providing an elegant and mechanical motion that's never been seen before. Each of these limited-run pieces is individually serial numbered 1-20 to assure its place in history.
PRICE: $16,300.00 US

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