The new version of Arnold & Son’s DSTB is basically the same as the other two versions. It has a 43.5 mm white gold case with blue dial (which serves as part of the movement plate). Like the other models, it has the A&S6003, a true-beat seconds (aka dead beat seconds) hand which has the appearance of a quartz movement. You can actually see the mechanism, which is the centerpiece of the watch. The seconds are indicated on the sapphire dial at 11 o’clock. At 4 o’clock, there is a domed lacquered dial that displays the hours and the minutes. The movement is finished with hand-chamfered and satin-finished lever and bridges, circular graining, polished edges, and Côtes de Genève. The watch is finished with a 22-carat red gold rotor.
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