Chopard Happy Diamonds 18 ct red gold quartz Ref. 20/7469

18 ct red gold quartz
Chopard Happy Diamonds 18 ct red gold quartz Ref. 20/7469

Chopard Happy Diamonds 18 ct red gold quartz Ref. 20/7469 On Sale

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Brand : Chopard
Model : Happy Diamonds
Type : women's watch
construction : ~ 2008
Weight : 79.00 g
Mouvement : quartz
Case number : 1230709
Reference number : 20/7469
Case material : 18 ct red gold
Glass : sapphire glass
Accessories : pictured booklets, pictured new box

Clock face : very good condition
Glass : very good condition
Case : very good condition with minimal traces of use
Case back : good condition
Bracelet : new and unworn
Movement/Caliber : fully operational / checked for performance, authenticity and functionality
Watertightness : The watch has been successfully tested for water resistance. Please find the inspection protocol enclosed

Diameter : 40.00 mm
Height : 7.00 mm
Lug width : 20.00 mm

Bracelet material : leather
Clasp : no-name buckle
Description : High-Quality dark brown leather strap - Made in Germany - made from selected alligator leather. The manufacturer's suggested retail price for this band is euro.

Was: $403.5.00  SALE Price:  $269.00

Original Box :

Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sTurkey Balikesir
By Alexandra Valerio  January 24,2020,12:24 am
I love this watch. People are constantly telling me how much they love it! Its great!

1s1s1s1s1sSerbia Bujanovac
By Gino Marino  February 2,2020,2:02 am
Good buy, fessional service, thanks


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