IWC Portofino Automatic White RG Leather MIYOTA 9015


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18K Rose Gold Plated 316L Stainless steel Case  Japanese MIYOTA 9015 Automatic Movement
IWC Portofino Automatic White RG Leather MIYOTA 9015

IWC Portofino Automatic White RG Leather MIYOTA 9015 On Sale

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DESCRIPTION: ?From the SW Factory
CASE: ?18K Rose Gold Plated 316L Stainless steel Case
MOVEMENT: Japanese MIYOTA 9015 Automatic Movement
DIMENSIONS: ?39mm x 9mm
CRYSTAL: scratch-proof Sapphire Crystal
STRAP / BRACELET:Leather

Was: $403.5.00  SALE Price:  $269.00
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Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sUSA Cedar Rapids
By Osbourne Tobin  May 2,2020,2:02 am
Exactly like the photo!

1s1s1s1s1sMoy San Francisco
By HSIAO PAI LEE  September 26,2019,9:47 am
I almost slept in it, it was so beautiful. I'm not a jewelry person at all, but this one is beautiful! Gorgeous!

1s1s1s1s1sSweden Malmo
By daniel yozamp  October 26,2019,9:47 am
grandson loves this watch

1s1s1s1s1sKorea, Republic Of Osan Si
By gerard fichera  January 12,2020,12:12 am
Very satisfied!

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