Baselworld 2010: Twenty-8-Eight collection of DeWitt Is Royal

Twenty-8-Eight collection of DeWitt is something that we all should celebrate, if watches and Horological devices were our religion. Thanks to the classical style and extremely pure lines and patterns you could expect it to be one of the more classy watches to be unveiled at the Baselworld 2010.

Thanks to a subtle combination of character and refinement you could wear this to an elegant Soiree or to a ball. The new Twenty-8-Eight is light and uses traditional watch making techniques.

The DeWitt family makes use of the historical 18th century guilloché machines. One of the less known facts is that Mr de Witt’s illustrious ancestor, Napoleon Bonaparte also might have liked watches by this company if he were alive. Thanks to a 43 mm round case, it is really comfortable and is a great watch that I would vouch for.

The watch displays hours, minutes and centre seconds. It also comes with a black velvet face that looks great and makes you happy that you spent your money well. Only 500 of these watches would ever be manufactured and thus could be a great way to maintain exclusivity.

Baselworld 2010 is scheduled from 18-25 March.

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