BR03-93 GMT SS Black Dial 42mm leather Strap A2836

 Bell & Ross
316F Stainless Steel Case  Asian 2836 Movement, 28800bph
BR03-93 GMT SS Black Dial 42mm leather Strap A2836

BR03-93 GMT SS Black Dial 42mm leather Strap A2836 On Sale

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CASE: 316F Stainless Steel Case
MOVEMENT: Asian 2836 Movement, 28800bph
DIMENSIONS: 42.5mm x 11.3mm
CRYSTAL: Sapphire with Colorless AR Coating
STRAP / BRACELET: leather strap

Was: $388.5.00  SALE Price:  $259.00

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Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sIndia Mysore
By Kathlene C  May 21,2020,9:21 am
great watch, it works well


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