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Bering Mens Analogue Quartz Watch 15540-123

With Stainless Steel Strap

Bering
Supplier : Bering
Part Number : 15540123
Availability : In Stock

Created by top Danish designer Max René, the COLLECTION radiates a simple and pure elegance which stands for greater individuality, variety and timelessness. The combination of minimalist Danish design and maximum functionality represents a stylishly striking timepiece - suited to any occasion.The dial is distinguished by its elegant simplicity and is protected by an especially hard, crystal clear and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. A matching black coloured milanese strap adds a strikingly modern accent. The delicate milanese strap and matt black coloured stainless steel case give the watch a refined, almost noble touch. The motto "Change colours, change straps, change looks“ unifies Max René’s multiple look concept in a watch design. With the help of novel sliding technology, the Max René COLLECTION bands can be changed with ease in just a few seconds. Freedom for more individuality and variety of style!

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product details

Bering Men's Analogue Quartz Watch 15540-123

Characteristics

  • Hard, crystal clear and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
  • Black colored Milanese strap
  • Matt black colored stainless steel case
  • Water Resistant up to 5 ATM/50 M

Materials & fabrics

  • Strap material:: Milanese
  • Case material:: Stainless steel
  • Glass type:: Flat sapphire crystal

Dimensions

  • Case height: 7 mm
  • Case width: 40 mm
  • Case diameter: 40 mm
  • Strap width: 20 mm

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