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      Exceptional burgundy shade De Bethune DB25 Starry Varius for Emirates Watch Club The UAE-based watch club released a very tasteful De Bethune DB25, but also a very unique watch.

      Clubs and collector groups are some of the most important initiatives you can think of in the world of watch collecting. Sharing passions, imparting knowledge, nurturing newcomers to the watchmaking industry… these clubs are vital to the future of watch collecting. One of these organisations, the Emirates Watch Club, has been under our radar for a long time because it really brings a positive attitude to the industry in the region. Known for crafting exquisite watches for discerning collectors, EWC returns with a new limited edition, a stunning original take on the already coveted De Bethune DB25 Starry Varius.

      As we see in this eye-opening interview, the Emirates Watch Club was founded on 13th July 2020 by Dr. Malek bin Easa, a 36-year-old entrepreneur from Dubai, and two partners. This is a recent initiative but has proven beneficial and productive. The main objective of the Emirates Watch Club is to share and pass on the passion and knowledge about watches. Additionally, the group has come up with dedicated limited editions of existing watches, often tasteful variants with some Emirati-inspired design – such as this Moritz Grossmann Benu or this Gerald Charles. <p>De Bethune replica</p>

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      De Bethune DB25 Starry Varius Aérolite low key
      In its original form, the DB25 Starry Varius is one of the most remarkable watches ever made by De Bethune. Understated and understated, it hides all its horological fireworks—a high-frequency, high-speed tourbillon with a jumping seconds hand—under a blue polished titanium dial that recreates a starry night sky. The new DB25 Starry Varius Aérolite uses a piece of the Muonionalusta meteorite to unleash its celestial magic, the oldest known meteorite in the world, having struck Earth more than one million years BC.

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