Chopard Happy Sport 18 ct gold quartz Ref. 27/6850-23

18 ct gold quartz
Chopard Happy Sport 18 ct gold quartz Ref. 27/6850-23

Chopard Happy Sport 18 ct gold quartz Ref. 27/6850-23 On Sale

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Brand : Chopard
Model : Happy Sport
Type : women's watch
construction : ~ 2000
Weight : 43.40 g
Mouvement : quartz
Case number : 798929
Reference number : 27/6850-23
Case material : 18 ct gold
Glass : sapphire glass
Clock face : white
Accessories : pictured new box

Clock face : very good condition with minimal traces of use
Glass : very good condition with minimal traces of use
Case : very good condition
Case back : good condition with traces of use
Bracelet : new and unworn
Movement/Caliber : fully operational / checked for performance, authenticity and functionality

Bracelet material : leather
fits up to a wrist of : 160.00 mm
Clasp : no-name buckle
Description : High-Quality red leather strap - Made in Germany - .

Was: $388.5.00  SALE Price:  $259.00

Original Box :

Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sMalaysia Kelantan
By Viktor Kotsjuba  August 17,2019,11:37 am
This watchh is the worst one I ever have.The time is never accurate. I threw it away after struggle with it for 3 months. Be careful..

1s1s1s1s1sIndia Palanpur,gujarat
By Gabrielle G  January 6,2020,6:06 am
This watch by Bulova is a must have addition to any women's jewelry collection. It is stylish, beautiful, comfortable and durable. I love wearing my Bulova.

1s1s1s1s1sFrance Vierzon
By nicola evans  February 13,2020,1:13 am
This watch is very pretty and rather unique; however, it is difficult to tell the time. The actual time is located at the bottom right side of the face and there are no numbers.

1s1s1s1s1sItaly Rive D'arcano (udine)
By James Mozgawa  September 6,2019,6:06 am
good item thanks

1s1s1s1s1sIndia Katni
By alex wallen  April 27,2020,9:27 am
great buy, thanks.


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