Obaku Denmark Vild

# V175GMVBMB

Obaku Denmark Vild

Obaku Denmark Vild

# V175GMVBMB

The Vild Night is a unique and detailed timepiece for men designed by Christian Mikkelsen. Our watch has a beautiful dark brown dial that is complimented by a dark brown coated stainless steel mesh bracelet that surrounds a large rose gold coated steel case, and rose gold coated hands. As an exciting detail the timepiece features a single Arabic figurel. The two subdials show the day and the date. The Vild Night is perfect for the man who enjoys uniqueness.

Product Details

Details

Multifunction Movment. Size: Ø38mm

Name Vild
Stock Number V175GMVBMB
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Men's Watches
Collection Christian Mikkelsen
Material Stainless Steel

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