Britex BT7098 Black Day & Date Display Analog Watch - For Men
Britex BT7098 Black Day & Date Display Analog Watch - For Men
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Britex BT7098 Black Day & Date Display Analog Watch - For Men

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Britex Watches- Truely Indian Made.

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    • Watch Movement: Quartz
    • Display Type: Analog
    • Strap: Silver
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Specifications
General
  • Display Type
  • Analog
  • Style Code
  • BT7098
  • Series
  • Day and Date Display Analog
  • Occasion
  • Casual, Party-Wedding, Formal, Sports
  • Watch Type
  • Wrist Watch
  • Pack of
  • 1
  • Shock Resistance
  • Yes
  • Mechanism
  • Quartz
Body Features
  • Case/Bezel Material
  • Alloy
  • Power Source
  • Japanese Battery Powered
  • Clasp Type
  • Lock
  • Box Material
  • CardBoard
  • Other Body Features
  • Mineral Glass: Steel Back: Brass Dial: Metal Strap
Warranty
  • Warranty Summary
  • Britex Watches comes with warranty
  • Covered in Warranty
  • Mechanism
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