No. 3 watch with alligator strap

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Highlights N° 3 face; white dial stamped with wavy sunburst guilloché pattern. Black Roman and Arabic numerals; luminescent blued steel hands. Date window between 4 and 5 o'clock; 24-hour central counter with Arabic numerals and arrow-type hand. Stainless steel tonneau-shaped shaped case; wais...more


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    Highlights N° 3 face; white dial stamped with wavy sunburst guilloché pattern. Black Roman and Arabic numerals; luminescent blued steel hands. Date window between 4 and 5 o'clock; 24-hour central counter with Arabic numerals and arrow-type hand. Stainless steel tonneau-shaped shaped case; waisted and concave at 6 and 12 o'clock. Rolled-edge hand-stitched alligator strap; pin buckle. Mechanical automatic movement; calibre ETA 2893.2; approximately 46-hour power reserve. Simple calendar; double time zones. Water resistant up to 5 ATM. Five year manufacturer's warranty. Made in Switzerland. About Bedat and C°: Steeped in the Art Deco tradition, each Bedat and C° watch is playful both in form and philosophical intent. Christian Bédat and his mother, Simone, formed Bedat and C° in 1996 with an awareness of the ironic tension inherent in their desire to create a timekeeper that is, in design, timeless. Their quest is embodied in the company's signature "8" logo, which each piece displays. The figure 8, when flipped on its side, becomes the mathematical symbol for infinity, a representation of the unrepresentable that mirrors precisely a watch's function: measuring the unmeasurable. Designer About Bedat and C°: Steeped in the Art Deco tradition, each Bedat and C° watch is playful both in form and philosophical intent. Christian Bédat and his mother, Simone, formed Bedat and C° in 1996 with an awareness of the ironic tension inherent in their desire to create a timekeeper that is, in design, timeless. Their quest is embodied in the company's signature "8" logo, which each piece displays. The figure 8, when flipped on its side, becomes the mathematical symbol for infinity, a representation of the unrepresentable that mirrors precisely a watch's function: measuring the immeasurable. We're sorry, but at this time we are unable to ship this merchandise to Canada.

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