Obaku Denmark Elm

# V213GUCURZ

Obaku Denmark Elm

Obaku Denmark Elm

# V213GUCURZ

Our Elm Camel timepiece is an indispensable watch design for the man who appreciates quality, a modern design and exclusive colors combined. The very slim hands are made in a custom built mold, to get just the right look, as is the dial with its elegant details. The sub dial on the watch features a dual time function, which will tell you what time it is somewhere else in the world. It features an extravagant cognac colored calf leather strap that surrounds a steel case and a complimenting black dial with steel colored hands. This watch combines modern colors with a must-have design, created by the Danish designer Lau Liengård Ruge.

Product Details

Details

Dual Time Movment. Size: Ø42mm

Name Elm
Stock Number V213GUCURZ
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Men's Watches
Collection Lau Liengard Ruge

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