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Today, Swiss newcomer Norqain unveils the latest update to its attention-grabbing Freedom collection - specifically, two new Freedom 60 GMT watches, one with a forest green dial in a bronze case, the other a steel-cased model with an opaline dial Norqain's initial launch of the Freedom 60 GMT came last year, just prior to October's WatchTime Live event, and at the time the series encompassed two distinct models, one opting for a bronze case and sunray brown dial, the other a solid steel model with a black dial Both new Freedom 60 GMT watches closely resemble the previous models in the series, with cases measuring 40 mm in diameter and 145 mm thick.
The case of the steel model opts for mirror polishing throughout, from its slightly angled lugs to its smooth, hardy bezel, while the case of the bronze edition features somewhat more contrast, with brushed finishing on some of its accents like lugs and side facets The dial on the new models is also similar in style to those found on the previous Freedom 60 GMT watches, with the bronze watch opting for a forest green sunray look with more bronze accents on its surface Inside the new models is the Norqain Caliber NN20/2, a manufacture automatic movement introduced to coincide with the launch of the first Freedom 60 GMT last year.
The new Norqain Freedom 60 GMT watches are available now directly through the brand, with prices for the opaline model starting at CHF 3,550 on a Norlando leather strap, CHF 3,690 on a rubber perlon strap, and CHF 3,790 on a steel bracelet. . Source
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