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• Quality Japanese-Quartz movement
• Mineral crystal
• Case diameter: 25 mm
• Stainless-steel case; Mother-of-pearl dial
• Water-resistant to 99 feet (30 M)
Add a touch of class to any ensemble with clean, simple lines of this mid-sized Skagen stainless steel women’s watch, featuring a unique mesh bracelet and mother-of-pearl dial face. This silver stainless steel watch case measures 25mm (1 inch) wide and is topped by a brilliantly polished bezel. The shimmery mother-of-pearl dial features a mix of silver stick and Arabic numeral marker, and thin baton hands. The easily adjustable silver mesh stainless steel bracelet band adds an elegant texture, and it’s joined by a fold-over safety clasp. Other features include a scratch-resistant mineral crystal, precise Japanese quartz movement, and water resistance to 30 meters (99 feet)–which can withstand splashes of water while washing hands or in the rain.
All Skagen stainless steel watch cases and bands are constructed from durable 100 percent solid stainless steel, and is nickel safe and hypoallergenic for sensitive skin. This watch is backed by Skagen’s limited lifetime warranty, which covers all parts except strap, crystal and battery.
About Skagen Named after a fishing hamlet in Denmark on the northern tip of the Jutland peninsula, Skagen Designs was founded by Henrik and Charlotte Jorst in 1991 after the two Copenhagen natives moved to New York City. The company subscribes to the principle that beautifully designed, high-quality objects can be created at reasonable prices. Skagen watches represent the technical excellence, refined design and operational simplicity that have created the unique reputation of Danish design.
The fishing village of Skagen–the Skaw–lies where the northern-most tip of the Danish peninsula known as Jutland bends East and breaks the surging waters of the Kattegat and Skagerak seas. The spectacular natural beauty of the area is compellingly beautiful, and its white sandy beaches have been visited by artists for centuries.