The De Bethune DB28 Kind of Blue watch is made with a familiar grade 5 titanium case that is mounted on the familiar floating lugs seen in pieces like the DB28 GS. At 6 o’clock, you can see the moon phase made of steel and palladium which requires adjusting once every 122 years. On the case back, between 2 and 3o’clock, you’ll see the power reserve. Sized a little bit smaller than the previous DB28 watches, the case is 43mm wide and 9.3mm thick. It’s also got 30m of water resistance, so please refrain from any water sports with this thing.
The DB28 has the caliber DB2115 which features De Bethune’s pare-chute shock absorption system which has the heart of the movement in a separate bridge supported by springs. Other De Bethune patented features are the silicon annular balance that’s encircled by a white gold ring, and a balance spring with flat terminal curve. It operates at a frequency of 28,800 vph and gets 6 days of power reserve. The plate and bridge cover look great as they are adorned with the “Côtes De Bethune.”
It comes with box and paper.