BR 03-92 SS Black Dial Grey Markers Rubber MIYOTA 9015

 Bell & Ross
Stainless Steel  Japanese MIYOTA 9015 Automatic Movement, 28800bph
BR 03-92 SS Black Dial Grey Markers Rubber MIYOTA 9015

BR 03-92 SS Black Dial Grey Markers Rubber MIYOTA 9015 On Sale

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CASE: Stainless Steel
MOVEMENT: Japanese MIYOTA 9015 Automatic Movement, 28800bph
DIMENSIONS:42mm x 42mm x 12mm
CRYSTAL: Sapphire Crystal with Double AR Coating

Was: $418.5.00  SALE Price:  $279.00

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Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sEgypt Cario
By Hung Huynh  June 23,2020,8:57 am
Value for money. Simple and outstanding look. Great for all categories ( student , office going person). By the way its swiss made, hope it will long last. Till now no issue. Thanks SaleReplica .

1s1s1s1s1sUnited States Spring Valley
By Hannah Williams  August 25,2019,8:46 am
beautiful as described. Packed well, and shipped very fast. Excellent Transaction


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