Drive De Cartier Extra-Flat RG/LE White Jap Qtz

18K Rose Gold Plated Solid Stainless Steel 316L  Japanese Quartz Movement
Drive De Cartier Extra-Flat RG/LE White Jap Qtz

Drive De Cartier Extra-Flat RG/LE White Jap Qtz On Sale

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CASE: 18K Rose Gold Plated Solid Stainless Steel 316L
MOVEMENT: Japanese Quartz Movement
DIMENSIONS:?38mm x 7mm
CRYSTAL: Sapphire with AR Coating

Was: $388.5.00  SALE Price:  $259.00

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Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sAustralia South Yarra
By Slava D  September 3,2019,12:50 am
This watch looks terrific ... gives the look of a much more costly timepiece.


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