GMT-Master II 126711CHNR Black/Brown Ceramic Bezel SS/RG Black Dial TT Bracelet bp 2813


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316l Stainless Steel  Asian Eta 2813 or 2836 Automatic Movement, 21600bph
GMT-Master II 126711CHNR Black/Brown Ceramic Bezel SS/RG  Black Dial TT Bracelet bp 2813

GMT-Master II 126711CHNR Black/Brown Ceramic Bezel SS/RG Black Dial TT Bracelet bp 2813 On Sale

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DESCRIPTION: ?From the BP Factory
CASE:316l Stainless Steel
MOVEMENT: Asian Eta 2813 or 2836 Automatic Movement, 21600bph
DIMENSIONS: 40mm x 13mm
CRYSTAL: Scratch-proof Sapphire Crystal?
STRAP / BRACELET: Bracelet

Was: $388.5.00  SALE Price:  $259.00
Quantity:

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Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sUSA Canton, Ohio
By Glenna E  May 22,2020,10:22 am
Love it! Just took few weeks to arrive.

1s1s1s1s1sUSA El Cajon
By Patricia A Fischer  September 12,2019,6:32 am
Great doing business with you. Love the duct!

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