Atmosphere (ATM)

A watch's water resistance is typically measured in units of pressure, with one atmosphere being equivalent to 10 meters. Turbion Carrera watches are designed to endure water pressure up to 50 meters, utilizing techniques such as crystal thickness and gasket placement in the crown to safeguard against water damage at vulnerable points.


The bracelet refers to a metal band comprised of individual links that are joined together, allowing for flexible movement. 


The case serves as the body of the watch, constructed to precise specifications for each model and serving as the container for the movement and dial. As the fundamental component, it provides the base for the assembly of all other watch parts.


A chronograph is a movement that incorporates a stopwatch timing function, typically featuring smaller displays on the dial for measuring seconds, minutes, and hours.


The crown refers to the small knob situated on the side of a watch, which serves to adjust the time and date as needed. 


The crystal is the transparent layer that protects the dial of a watch. Mineral crystals are composed of various elements that are treated to enhance their durability, while sapphire crystals are the toughest and most resistant to scratches among all types of crystals.


The dial refers to the watch's face, which exhibits the time through either numerals or indices.

316L Stainless Steel

The cases of our watches are constructed from 316L stainless steel that meets surgical grade standards. This material is highly resistant to corrosion and safe for skin contact. This type of stainless steel contains a low carbon content, making it more resistant to corrosion than other grades of steel.


The movement is the essential component that drives the watch, acting as the "engine block" that powers the hands and maintains accurate timekeeping. Quartz movements rely on an electrical circuit and require a battery to operate, whereas manual and automatic movements consist solely of mechanical parts, such as gears and springs. With manual and automatic movements, the springs must be fully wound to ensure proper functioning. Automatic movements also feature a rotor that winds the movement via the natural movements of the wrist. 

PVD Coating

The process of Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) involves a vacuum coating that creates an aesthetically pleasing and highly functional finish. Compared to IP plating, PVD coatings offer greater resistance to corrosion from sweat and everyday use. Our PVD coatings employ 24-karat gold and rose gold nano particles, ensuring a brilliant and enduring finish.