Obaku Denmark Notat

# V233LXCIMC

Obaku Denmark Notat

Obaku Denmark Notat

# V233LXCIMC

Designed by Lau Liengaard Ruge, one of Obaku’s two watch designers, Notat Steel is a beautiful ultra-slim watch for anybody looking for a thin and stylish timepiece. Adorned by 12 Swarovski crystals, these tiny beacons of light are placed in tear-shaped droplets indented on the 30 mm watch dial. The whole parade of light and charm is protected by sapphire crystal. With a body thinness of only 4.8 mm, you will be undoubtedly asked by your barista, where to get a watch such as yours.

Product Details

Details

2 Hands Movment. Size: Ø30mm

Name Notat
Stock Number V233LXCIMC
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Women's Watches
Collection Lau Liengard Ruge
Material Stainless Steel

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