Obaku Denmark Skov

# V205GUCLSC

Obaku Denmark Skov

Obaku Denmark Skov

# V205GUCLSC

The Skov Denim is a Danish design created by Christian Mikkelsen. The timepiece features a blue dial and a multi-functional movement that is encircled by a steel case and an elegant stainless steel link band bracelet that emphasizes the masculinity in the design. The hands are white along with the small but noticeable date function that is beautifully embedded in the dial – creating a must-have timepiece design in any man’s watch collection.

Product Details

Details

3 Hands and Date Movment. Size: Ø42mm

Name Skov
Stock Number V205GUCLSC
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Men's Watches
Collection Christian Mikkelsen

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Warren Hannon Jeweler Obaku Denmark
Obaku Denmark

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