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BERING watches blend minimalistic Danish design and optimal material strength with their own unique style. The BERING Time Men's Classic Chronograph Watch is a timelessly beautiful and long-lasting timepiece.
Watch Diameter: 42mm. Case: Polished Stainless Steel. Movement: Quartz Miyota JS05. Multifunction chronograph with Stopwatch, 24-Hour and Date function. Sapphire crystal. Leather calfskin band. Water-resistant up to 5 ATM. Comes with a 3 year warranty.
BERING sapphire crystal is especially robust, crystal clear and scratch-resistant. Furthermore, sapphire crystal is less sensitive to impact than mineral glass or quartz glass and offers a very high translucency and light refraction.
Inspired by the beauty of the Arctic, the style of the BERING watch collection is characterized by clear, streamlined forms and pure elegance.
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