Happy Sport Automatic Two Tone 36mm White Dial Leather Strap A2892 ZF

Stainless Steel Case  Asian 2892 Automatic Movement, 28800vph
Happy Sport Automatic Two Tone 36mm White Dial Leather Strap A2892 ZF

Happy Sport Automatic Two Tone 36mm White Dial Leather Strap A2892 ZF On Sale


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DESCRIPTION: From the Z Factory
CASE: Stainless Steel Case
MOVEMENT: Asian 2892 Automatic Movement, 28800vph
DIMENSIONS: 36mm x 12mm
CRYSTAL: Scratch-proof Sapphire Crystal

Was: $418.5.00  SALE Price:  $279.00

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Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sFrance Ile De France
By Shelley Brown  December 1,2019,1:01 am
I bought this watch in white earlier this summer and it is so comfortable. I haven't even had a blem with it getting dirty! I am thinking about getting it in black also. I love it.

1s1s1s1s1sCyprus Aradippou
By mirna cruz rodriguez  September 14,2019,8:34 am
Great quality both case and strap. Great look. Great price. My husband loves them.


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