WHAT: S177 Senturion Key

  HOW MUCH: HK$2.12 million

WHY: Senturion is the inventor of luxury bracelets that synchronise with supercars as keys. The accessory is popular among soccer players such as Liverpool’s England striker Daniel Sturridge and Chelsea’s Brazilian defender David Luiz. The new S 177 Senturion Key, limited to 177 pieces, has been upgraded to a collectors’ item.

The stylish design incorporates a sapphire window which showcases the mechanics and technology behind the system. When the car is unlocked, the internal cogs become visible behind the frame, reflecting the vehicle’s gears.

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British craftsmanship and advanced technology are contained in the key.

Handcrafted in Birmingham, the frame is meticulously finished to within one-ten thousandth of a micron. The clasp is made of solid titanium and features techniques used on Formula 1 pistons. Underneath the carbon composite core, the bespoke obsidian circuit boards meet the lofty standards set in devices used by astronauts.

Made with luxurious materials such as 4.9 billion-year-old meteorite, each piece is bespoke. Senturion offers hand-encrusted stones of up to 198 diamonds, based on the wearer’s taste.

The finest combination of core finish, insets, precious stones and strap costs up to US$270,000 (HK$2.12 million).

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Luiz’s treasure for his Mercedes AMG G Wagon is made of solid 18ct handcrafted rose gold and set with 198 black diamonds.

Supercars’ security systems are transported to the wristwear.

The bracelet matches extravagant vehicles such as Bentley, Ferrari, Rolls-Royce, Bugatti, McLaren, Aston Martin, Lamborghini and Porsche.

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