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Bering Time Women's Ceramic Watch XS Analog Quartz
Bering Time Women's Ceramic Watch XS Analog Quartz
Bering Time Women's Ceramic Watch XS Analog Quartz
Bering Time Women's Ceramic Watch XS Analog Quartz
Bering Time Women's Ceramic Watch XS Analog Quartz
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Bering Time Women's Ceramic Watch XS Analog Quartz

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Bering Ceramic 33220-741 is a beautiful and interesting Ladies watch. Case material is PVD rose plating, which stands for a high quality of the item and the Black dial gives the watch that unique look. This watch is market as water-resistant. It means it can withstand slight splashes and rain but is NOT to be immersed in water. The watch is shipped with an original box and a guarantee from the manufacturer.Case depth approx. 9.00mm
Primary Material PVD rose to plate
Case width approx.
20.00mm
Dial Colour Black
Glass Sapphire
Movement Source Japanese
Movement Quartz
Strap colour Black
Strap Type Ceramic Bracelet
Water Resistance 3ATM

Condition: NEW

Condition: NEW

Story:

In 2008, Rene Kaerskov lept from a helicopter and parachuted into the Arctic Circle, captivated by the breathtaking spectacle below him. The moment he touched down on the eternal ice, he was overwhelmed by the beauty of the infinite white expanse. It was this that inspired the minimalist style of Bering Watches today. The Bering name comes from the Danish sailor, Vitus Bering who in 1728, set off on an adventure across a largely unknown area of the Arctic Ocean, now named the Bering Straits in his honour. Vitus was the first European to discover Alaska and now even has a time zone named after him too!