Obaku Denmark Storm

# V180GCCBMC

Obaku Denmark Storm

Obaku Denmark Storm

# V180GCCBMC

The Storm Onyx is a classic yet very detailed timepiece that appeals to the modern man who appreciates a masculine design. Our watch features a chrongraph movement and several smaller dials embedded along with an elegant date function, and black-white coated hands that complement the black dial. The dial is surrounded by a stainless steel case and a stainless steel mesh bracelet - making the timepiece both classic, detailed and timeless.

$199

Product Details

Details

Chronograph Movment. Size: Ø42mm

Name Storm
Stock Number V180GCCBMC
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Men's Watches
Collection Christian Mikkelsen
Material Black Onyx

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