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A special bracelet in the form of Senturion diamond key will always be at hand. It will adorn your wrist and your luxury car will be unlocked ever so simply.

Senturion S177: Diamond Key to your Luxurious Car

Mgr. Jana Höger
08.Nov 2018
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Key to your car, key to your heart?

Senturion, the first and only luxury wrist-wear of its kind, is designed with a carbon composite core and supplemented by titanium. It may be in a diamond or meteorite edition. The core is of carbon composite, which is visible on the sides of every Senturion key, made using a press exerting pressure of 15 tonnes, which is then supplemented by wings attached by electron welding.

Each stone is manually set by jewellers into the complex system of the bracelet. All elements are made of hard titanium with PVD coating, applied in ultra-high vacuum chamber using the techniques applied to the pistons of Formula 1, thereby creating micro particles of high mechanical resistance. An inseparable part is also the integration of an encrypted security system to your bracelet so as to be fully compatible with your car.

A truly first-class exclusivity

The luxurious bracelet was created as part of a limited edition. The series contains only seven pieces. It is created to order and may be synchronised with several luxurious supercar models. It is compatible with cars such as Bentley, Ferrari, Rolls Royce, Bugatti, McLaren, Aston Martin, Lamborghini and Porsche. A standard key starts at a price of USD 20,500, but if you require a customised version, for example a 4 billion years old piece of meteorite to be added, then the price tag may reach up to USD 270,000; then you will be truly exceptional. It will probably be a decoration of your wrist, which will be at the same time the most expensive car key in the world.

Luxusní vila na prodej v okolí Prahy - 320m
Luxusní vila na prodej v okolí Prahy - 320m,

Who owns the Senturion bracelet?

We can tell you who wears this bracelet. It is Liverpool star, Daniel Sturridge.

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