BR 03-92 Real Bronze Black Dial Rubber Strap MIYOTA 9015 Free Leather


BR039223
 Bell & Ross
Real Bronze Case  Japanese MIYOTA 9015 Automatic Movement, 28800bph
BR 03-92 Real Bronze Black Dial Rubber Strap MIYOTA 9015 Free Leather

BR 03-92 Real Bronze Black Dial Rubber Strap MIYOTA 9015 Free Leather On Sale

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CASE: Real Bronze Case
MOVEMENT: Japanese MIYOTA 9015 Automatic Movement, 28800bph
DIMENSIONS:42mm x 42mm x 10mm
CRYSTAL: Scratch-proof sapphire crystal
STRAP / BRACELET: Rubber

Was: $418.5.00  SALE Price:  $279.00
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Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sIsle Of Man Castletown
By Christine Darrah  December 11,2019,5:31 am
They came in pink boxes & my grandsons wouldn't wear them...What a disappointment...had to order different ones..They said they were girl watches.

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