Sea-Gull M182SGK gold-colored skeleton automatic mechanical watch
Sea-Gull M182SGK gold-colored skeleton automatic mechanical watch

Sea-Gull M182SGK gold-colored skeleton automatic mechanical watch

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Your Price: $149.00
Part Number: W-M182SGK
Availability: In Stock
Diameter without crown: 38mm
Thickness: 10mm
Lug width: 20mm
Weight: 62 grams
Movement: ST1601K skeleton, 21-jewel

Which skeleton watch (in gold color) offers the best combination of price, fashion design, quality in terms of reliability and accuracy? Sea-Gull M182SGK is the answer.


Don’t buy fifty dollars junk skeleton watches made of underground factories that are likely broken in a couple of months and run poorly with over 30 seconds discrepancy per day. Watches are durable items. Do not sacrifice quality just want to save one hundred dollars.


Priced as an introductory watch, this M182SGK offers exceptional value. It is so well-made that its craftsmanship rivals the best skeletons made in the world. Seeing is believing. The real merchandise is more impressive than photos.


The Armitron series might be designed in the similar way, but the overall quality is not equivalent to this seriously-made M182SGK.


Compared with the cheaper M182SK silver model, the biggest selling point of M182SGK is rose gold color, strongly recommended for anyone who loves gold, gold color or gold watches. What a fine piece of art work, what a marvelous gift item it is! Once you put it on your wrist, you might not want to put it down.


Skeleton watches ABC

A skeleton watch’s plate is deliberately made hollow in order to have the most space to demonstrate gears and parts. The hollow design reduces the overall strength and supportive capability of the plate. It places higher demand to control the self-winding rotor as it exerts force when swinging back and forth. Fully-wounded main spring also adds pressure to the plate. 


A fine skeleton watch is not only a precise mechanical device, but also a piece of timeless art work. The gears are moving constantly; all parts are cooperating perfectly, as if they have spirit and livelihood. Even if you are not a technician, it is a pleasure to see the intricate mechanical motion at every moment.


Other things being equal, skeleton watches are relatively more expensive, especially for those with carved designer patterns by master watch makers. High-end skeleton watches made of precious metal case can easily reach over 10-40 thousand dollars, most of which are hand-wound and simple basic function.

A well-made skeleton watch is an artistic expression, an aesthetical experience.