ZOID X-Dragon – Out now

ZOID X-Dragon

Following the successful Kickstarter Campaign for their first model, the Mastermind, ZOID has launched a limited edition for their second collection of watches – the ZOID X-Dragon.

ZOID X-Dragon

For this second watch range, ZOID founder and designer Andrew Oliver has been inspired by medieval legend and folklore, with a strong and quintessentially Eastern dragon motif. The ZOID X-Dragon comes as a limited edition run, with just eight watches produced of eight variants. The reason for the eight is that it is considered to be a lucky number in Asian cultures.

The mechanical ZOID X-Dragon features a graphite lava emulsion textured dial, with a 3-dimensional laser-cut dragon. Colourful, bespoke calf-leather padded straps are provided for each model.

ZOID X-Dragon Variants

The ZOID X-Dragon is available in eight variations- four of which have bezels embedded with Swarovski crystals.

ZOID X-Dragon Specifications

  • Case: 316L Stainless steel case and brush finish with rose gold plating.
  • Stainless steel bezel
  • Movement: Seiko NH37 Automatic time module with self-winding mechanism and up to 40 hours power reserve.
  • Water Resistance: Up to 50m/ 5ATM
  • Winding crown: Pull out crown with custom embossed ZOID logo.
  • Dial: Graphite lava emulsion with laser cut dragon outline.
  • Hands: Custom hands applied with super luminova.
  • Hardened sapphire crystal.
  • Strap: Genuine calf leather with embossed crocodile pattern and hand-stitched details.
  • Buckle: 316L Stainless steel Special cast buckle with laser engraved logo.
  • Case back: 6 piece screw case back.
  • Case size: 50mm
  • Case thickness: 12mm.
  • Fits wrist up to: Diameter of 75mm.
  • Limited edition of 8 pieces. (Every case-back is engraved with a serial number)

Buy a ZOID X-Dragon

We think that there is definitely a market for new, bold watch designs and we applaud ZOID for trying something new. The ZOID X-Dragon is available now. Prices start at $985 USD ($1360 USD for the models with Swarovski bezels). Visit www.zoidhours.com for more information.

Author: Mike Richmond

Usually found skulking around eBay or the International Watch League forum, Mike writes for a living and spends what little money he makes building up his collection of timepieces.

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