Meet the Ran Black edition
The DB Milau Ran edition is named after the star Ran.
Ran (Epsilon Eridani) is a orange to red main sequence dwarf star that can be located in the constellation of Eridanus. The description is based on the spectral class. The star can be seen with the naked eye, that is, you don't need a telescope/binoculars to see it. Ran was a sea Goddess who stirred up the waves and captured sailors with her net. Epsilon Eridani b was named AEgir which is the name of Ran`s husband.
The Ran has been calculated to be 0.70 times bigger than the Sun. The Sun's radius is 695,800km, therefore the star's radius is an estimated 484,025.59.km.
The distance to Ran was calculated to be 24,142.61 light years, or 7,402.00 parsecs, Using the original Hipparcos data that was released in 1997, the parallax to the star was given as 310.75 which gave the calculated distance to Ran as 10.50 light years away from Earth or 3.22 parsecs.
Discover the Ran Black edition
Movement: Automatic Swiss Movement, ELABORE COTE DE GENEVE, 11 ½ lignes, height 5,05 mm, diameter 25,6mm, 28.000 vibrations per hour; 4Hz.
26 jewels, power reserve of ~38 hours,
Dial: Black with silver markers and the date and day indication at 3. Super Luminova markers
Hands: Hour, minute coated with super luminescent colour. The second silver hand with a red point.
Functions: Hours, minutes, central sweeping seconds, date.
Case: Black PVD case 44mm surgical stainless steel SS316L. Pressure valve. Crown screwable.
Bezel with minute ratcheting and super luminous key mark. Case back screw-fastened.
Weight without strap: 90 gram
Glass: Sapphire crystal glass in front, anti-reflective on both sides
Water Resistance: Pressure-resistant up to 50 bar (~500 metres)
Strap: Black Stainless steel clasp.