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The About Vintage 1969 Vintage Steel / Midnight Blue Watch is powered by a Ronda 763 Swiss quartz movement. Midnight blue dial, with steel markers and hands. Glass: domed sapphire crystal. Diameter: 39mm. Height: 8mm. Case: 316L high precision stainless steel, individually numbered. Brown Italian leather band. Water resistant to 3ATM. Straps can be exchanged within seconds thanks to the clever quick-change system. Each About Vintage watch comes in a stylish solid wood presentation box.
About Vintage Watches are designed in Denmark by Skov Anderson with the goal to create watches with contemporary simplicity and balance as key design elements, combined with classic vintage detailing. About Vintage likes to name their watches with a reference to historical and memorable moments in horology. 1969 was the year the world’s first quartz movement watch was released – a new type of movement that changed the watch industry completely, with its remarkable accuracy, smaller size, while at the same time making wristwatches more affordable.
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