Montre Grant automatique en cuir - Brun

Montre Grant automatique en cuir - Brun

229,00€
ME3027P

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Détails Du Produit

Collection: Grant
Type de Mouvement: Mécanique à remontage automatique
Taille du Boîtier: 44 mm
Matière du Bracelet: Cuir véritable
Étanchéité: 5 ATM

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    Avec son bracelet en cuir brun souple et ses index en chiffres romains, notre classique montre Grant a tout ce qu'il faut pour vous assurer style et élégance pour toute la saison.

    Cette montre Grant dispose d'un mouvement automatique et d'un bracelet en cuir.

    *Inspirés d'horloges vintage, les index en chiffres romains sont spécialement pensés pour apporter élégance et équilibre des formes au cadran. Pour apporter de la profondeur à l'ensemble, les compteurs sont superposés aux index, donnant ainsi l'impression que ceux-ci sont découpés.

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