Azul - Mechanical Watch (Limited Edition)
Azul is made of stainless steel and crafted from African Sandalwood. The oil in sandalwood has been used for centuries in cosmetics, eastern medicine, and religious ceremonies. Automatic movement. It is 3 ATM water-resistant. The case diameter is 44mm. Glass is made of Sapphire, which is known in the luxury watch world as the definitive material for transparency and durability. It is colorless and optically clear. Mechanically, it is second only to diamond as the hardest and most scratch-resistant materials on earth. The thickness of the band is 23mm. It comes packaged in a premium R. Burnett Wooden Box and a link remover along with instructions to give you the perfect fit.
Only 10 crafted and sold within the United States
3 - Baton Rouge, LA.
1 - Zachary, LA.
1 - Vacaville, CA.
1 - Brooklyn, NY.
1 - Fayetteville, NC.
1 - Colorado Springs, CO.
1 - Arden, NC.
1 - Calumet, IL.
R. Burnett Brand was founded in late 2019 by Richard Burnett Jr, a 27-year-old black male, entrepreneur, and active member of Next Generation Pioneers, a non-profit organization in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, which is where he was born, a luxury watch company and lifestyle brand started as an idea acted on in faith and the support of his family, friends, and community. The birth of R. Burnett Brand happened abruptly, fired from his position a week after incorporating his company. That took a toll on him. It was a choice between sink in sorrow or swim for glory when God decided to subtract distractions from his life for optimal focus on His plans. Once R. Burnett Brand was established, Richard’s passion for watches grew rapidly and so did the support. His main focus began at the small details and displaying distinguishing quality in every aspect which ultimately got his brand featured in many magazines such as GQ, Tatler, and Hinton. Also landed his watches into retail stores. With that being said, R. Burnett Brand is more than a well-crafted watch, it's a lifestyle built on the principle of succeeding beyond measure and breaking through limitations, in style.
Read more details about his journey on 225 Magazine.