Bering 11429-387 “Ceramic” Ladies Blue Ion Plate Blue Mother of Pearl Blue ion Plated Milanese Bracelet Watch
“Ceramic” Ladies Blue Ion Plated Blue Mother of Pearl Dial Blue Ion Plated Milanese Bracelet Watch
Product Code: 11429-387
Dial Colour: Blue mother of Pearl
Dial Shape: Round
Dial Feature: None
Case Material: Blue Ion Plated – Stainless Steel
Case Width: 29mm
Case Depth: 6mm
Case Feature: Crown
Case Back: Solid
Bracelet Material: Blue Ion Plated – Stainless Steel
Bracelet Width: 10mm
Glass: Sapphire Crystal
Clasp: Fold Over
Hour Indicator: Crystal
Water Resistance: 50 Metres
Warranty: 3 Years
In its high-tech ceramic collection Slim Ceramic, BERING presents watches in an extremely slim design. The smooth-flowing surface structure of the material here fuses ideally with the simple, slim design of the watches. The result – timeless beauty in its slimmest form. High-tech ceramic is a material with unique properties. Besides its high scratch resistance, high-tech ceramic is very lightweight, heat-resistant and anti-allergic. The super-sleek surface gives the material its unique “Smooth Touch” and thus provides for the unmistakably comfortable feel. It is a highly demanding and time consuming manufacturing process which makes high-tech ceramic so valuable.
When Danish adventurer and businessman René Kaerskov jumped out of a helicopter into the ice cold of the Arctic, directly over the North Pole in 2008, he had no idea that he was parachuting into a new era.
Because at that moment in time, landing safely at the most northerly point of the globe, his heart was conquered by the cool, simple beauty and infinite white expanse of the eternal ice. Overwhelmed by these fascinating impressions, he also captivated his business partners Michael Witt Johansen and Lars Gram-Skjønnemann with his descriptions of the exquisite splendour of the Arctic landscape. Inspired by these beautiful images the two Danes started to develop the vision of a new watch brand – a watch brand which would be as pure, clear and breathtakingly beautiful as the Arctic itself.
The idea for BERING was born.
Exactly 280 years ago, the Danish sailor Vitus Bering braced himself for a daring adventure: in 1728 he set sail for an almost unknown area of the Arctic Ocean. On his journey he crossed the straits which would later be named the Bering Strait in his honour. Vitus Bering was the first European to discover Alaska and it is here that one of the four time zones bears his famous name: Bering Time!
Treading new ground, venturing into unknown territory: the Danes Vitus Bering and Rene Kaerskov link these ideas with the brand. This is the only way in which a vision can become reality. And so the brand is successfully made up of the perfect combination of extraordinarily hard materials and an extremely slim design.