Suzhou code used to be the generally accepted numeric system to display
numbers. With the widespread of Arabic numerals, Suzhou code was phased out.
Nowadays, in remote rural areas, some merchants still keep on pricing their
goods in Suzhou code. As a representative of Chinese numeric culture,
although Suzhou code has been withdrawn, its role in the historical stage cannot
be ignored and bears a significant value in archaeological research.
shape of case draws its inspiration from a shark's streamlined body. As if a
shark's lower jaw, the case back is embedded into the case body. Unlike many
others the case body and back cover are visually separated, this watch's exterior
is seamlessly integrated into one piece.
addition, this limited edition pays tribute to the 5th anniversary of Vager
Hauers, features unique serial number on each timepiece.
oriental Zen feels like a stream, accompanied by a melodious realm, has
broken its cocoon and become a butterfly. A real Nirvana.