Gul Skate has a case diameter of 32mm, suitable for those with a smaller wrist or those comfortable with a light weight durable watch.
Stainless steel case, hardened mneral glass, protected crown and, as always with GUL watches, 10ATM.
Available in many dial colours with matching top rings and silicon straps, also in a special ”Glow” version with luminous dial and strap.
Silicone strap, smooth and strong.
The strap is fitted with a metal tube that makes it move more freely. It does not grip the springbar, thus avoiding release.
The end of the strap has a ”bulb” to stop the loop from slipping over the edge.
The first loop is held in place by two small hooks.
On the inside of the strap there are groves that have two functions:
1: The strap is ”aired” and becomes cooler.
2: They act ct as guides when you need to shorten the strap.
- Dial colour – Silver
- Glass – Hardened Mineral Glass
- Case size – 32mm
- Case material – Stainless steel
- Waterproof – 10 ATM – 100m (bath / swimming)
- Movement – Miyota analog quartz
- Date – No
- Material – Silicone strap
- Colour – Black
- Width – 16 mm
Skate is equipped with Miyota movement
“Delivering high-quality watches to as many people as possible”
Miyota is devoted to providing value for generations to come.
Accumulated technology leads to high-precision manufacturing
Our movements are assembled in Japan using only parts manufactured at our Japanese plants, which enables us to ensure their quality. The production of high-quality movements is made possible by high-speed automatic assembly lines which were developed in-house through the extensive knowledge and experience of our engineers. Movements are delivered to customers worldwide after undergoing strict quality checks.
Miyota’s signature model Caliber 2035 is manufactured at one unit per second. We have one of the largest movement production factories in the world.
The advantages of metal: micrometer parts to wheels
Miyota movements are preferred worldwide for their durability, ease of assembly and disassembly and high impact resistance. The major parts are all made of metal. Metal materials enhance the beauty of colors and textures.
Calibre 2035 series achieved accumulated production of 1.7 billion units in 1999 to set world record.
Constant development creates innovation
Citizen Watch established a movement-manufacturing factory in the town of Miyota, Nagano Prefecture, Japan, in 1959 and started movement sales operations in 1980. In 1981, it introduced the signature model Caliber 2035 which became popular among well-known watch brands. Along with the Caliber 2000 Series, it continues to enjoy popularity today. Other designs and functions include the multi-function movement, the chronograph movement, slim-type movements, and mechanical movements. The slim mechanical movement Caliber 9000 series debuted in 2009 to supplement the long-seller Caliber 8200 Series mechanical movements.
Miyota’s ongoing R&D supports development of new products for future needs and designs.
A Reliable Brand: MIYOTA
We take pride and have confidence in our quality movements and great technology
Customers trust Miyota due to not only the high-quality and stable supply of our products but also our detailed support for sales and technology. Miyota has support offices in Tokyo, Hong Kong, China and Germany, which brings us closer to our customers and we make periodic visits to customers in areas where we don’t have offices. Sales support offers much more than just product information. We offer advice about watch development and design, hold technical workshops at customer facilities and provide technical support.
“Delivering high-quality watches to as many people as possible.”
Devotion to quality is the driving force behind the development of our movements.
Miyota has continuously engaged in developing innovative movements that lead the industry in their design, function and quality.
For nearly 40 years, Miyota has provided continuous and reliable value,
raising industry standards and setting the world record for production.
SETTING THE TIME
1. Pull the crown out to the 1st position.
2. Turn the crown to set hour and minute hands.
3. When the crown is pushed back to the normal position, second hand begins to run.