Bering 15832-004 Max René polished silver Unisex Quartz
Ref: 15832-004 / 2907064
Created by top Danish designer Max René, the COLLECTION radiates a simple and pure elegance which stands for greater individuality, variety and timelessness. The combination of minimalist Danish design and maximum functionality represents a stylishly striking timepiece - suited to any occasion.
The dial is distinguished by its elegant simplicity and is protected by an especially hard, crystal clear and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. A matching silver coloured milanese strap adds a strikingly modern accent. The delicate milanese strap and shiny silver coloured stainless steel case give the watch a refined, almost noble touch.
The motto "Change colours, change straps, change looks“ unifies Max René’s multiple look concept in a watch design. With the help of novel sliding technology, the Max René COLLECTION bands can be changed with ease in just a few seconds. Freedom for more individuality and variety of style!
|Glass type:||flat sapphire crystal|
|Case color:||polished silver|
|Case height:||6 mm|
|Case width:||32 mm|
|Case material:||stainless steel|
|Strap width:||20 mm|
|Water proofness:||3 ATM|
Bering 15832-004 Max René polished silver Unisex Quartz 2907064
BERING sapphire glass is especially robust, crystal clear and scratch-resistant. This means that the time isn’t scarred by unpleasant traces of scratches or cloudiness on the watch glass. Furthermore, sapphire glass is less sensitive to impact than, for example, mineral glass or quartz glass. It offers a very high translucency and light refraction, making it even more easy to read the time. The BERING dials with attention to detail thereby stand out even more.
Max René renowned for his successful watch collaboration with the Danish Bang & Olufsen-designer, Jacob Jensen, who is considered one of the world’s most influential industrial designers of the 20th century with his minimalist style known as Danish Modern. This partnership resulted in several watch collections, and some of these featured in the permanent exhibition at
Museum of Modern Art in New York.