Obaku Denmark Papir

# V230GXCWMC

Obaku Denmark Papir

Obaku Denmark Papir

# V230GXCWMC

Wow! Just 4.9 mm slim. This watch goes into the history books as one of the slimmest in its price category. The designer, Christian Mikkelsen, has created a brand new way of integrating the mesh bracelet in the case. In order to maintain a slim line all the way through, the mesh is seemingly welded onto the body itself. Fitted with scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, this version comes in an all steel with a white dial and black hands.

Product Details

Details

2 Hands Movment. Size: Ø39mm

Name Papir
Stock Number V230GXCWMC
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Men's Watches
Collection Christian Mikkelsen
Material Stainless Steel

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