U-51 Chimera Limited Edition Leather Quartz Black/Orange


UB51QZ03
 U Boat
316L Stainless Steel  Japan Quartz Movement
U-51 Chimera Limited Edition Leather Quartz Black/Orange

U-51 Chimera Limited Edition Leather Quartz Black/Orange On Sale

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DESCRIPTION:?
CASE: 316L Stainless Steel
MOVEMENT: Japan Quartz Movement
DIMENSIONS: 46mm x 17mm
CRYSTAL: Sapphire
STRAP / BRACELET: Leather

Was: $388.5.00  SALE Price:  $259.00
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Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sFrance Ile De France
By Shelley Brown  June 8,2020,6:55 am
I need a watch with a large, bright face so I can read the time without my glasses. This watch is a little and heavy to really be "unisex", but I love how it looks and how easy it is to read.

1s1s1s1s1sUnited States Of America Columbus
By Allstaranna  May 12,2020,6:32 am
The watch is nice looking, easy to read,and very accurate

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