Obaku Denmark Notat

# V233LXGIMG

Obaku Denmark Notat

Obaku Denmark Notat

# V233LXGIMG

This watch is as slim as two-coins and still gets to pack twelve Swarovski crystals on its dial. Notat Steel is part of the world’s slimmest watches in its price category club. No more than 4.8 mm to be exact. Numbers can talk, but this one needs to be worn before you know what we mean. We prefer Obaku wearers to have peace of mind when it comes to their watch. That’s why the entire Notat series sports sapphire crystal for increased protection and a scratch-proof experience. We didn’t skimp on the price either and are proud to say that we consider all aspects of our watches.

Product Details

Details

2 Hands Movment. Size: Ø30mm

Name Notat
Stock Number V233LXGIMG
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Women's Watches
Collection Lau Liengard Ruge
Material Gold

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Since the Viking age, Danish design has evolved from a basic mindset of creating a simple, durable and strong design, into helping elevate the fundamental standards of living through simplicity and functionality mixed with key elements such as: functionality, edgy/clean lines and a minimalist look. Danish design had its international breakthrough in the 1950s and early 1960s. The post-war period experienced a lack of materials, and therefore durability and high quality was in demand. Design in this period was thus characterized by simple design, functionality and minimalism. A political and social shift in Denmark, saw Danish designers use the new industrial technologies, combined with ideas of simplicity and functionalism to design buildings, furniture and household objects, many of which have become iconic and are still in use to this day. Designs such as Arne Jacobsens ‘Egg chair’ and Jørn Utzons Sydney Opera House will live forever. Danish Design is made to last. Today Danish design is known around the world for its emphasis on function, the use of simple lines, the focus on good choice of materials and quality production – with the idea of ‘less is more’ as the main focus point. If you take a stroll through the ...