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Edox Men's 87002 3 NIN Class Royale Automatic Black Leather Wristwatch

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Condition: New with tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item (including handmade items) in the original packaging (such as the original box or bag) and/or with the original tags attached. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition Brand: Edox
Movement: Automatic-Self-Wind MPN: 87002 3 NIN
Band Material: Black Calfskin Alligator Gender: Mens
Clasp: Deployment Push Button Clasp With Buckle Dial Color: Black
Band Width: 25 Case Material: Stainless-Steel
Crystal: Antireflective Sapphire Case Dimensions: 44 mm x 15.5 mm
Water Resistance: 50 Meters(165 feet) Bezel Material: Stainless Steel
LACOSTE: Edox Bezel Function: Stationary
UPC: 846341061399


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Product Description
  This Edox Class Royal men's wristwatch boasts classic elegance and timeless sophistication. The stainless steel case frames the square black dial featuring an exhibition window. Securing with a deployment push button clasp with buckle, the black alligator leather strap completes this watch with a fine aristocratic style. Reliable and strong this watch is water resistant to 165 feet, powered by a Swiss automatic movement, and protected by a sapphire crystal window.
Since 1884, Edox Watches has produced leading-technology high-precision timepieces with passion, ingenuity and a meticulous attention to details, enabling Edox to become over time a leader in precision sports watches on sea and land.
In 1883, Christian Rüfli-Flury, an exceptionally gifted watchmaker, gave his wife, Eva-Maria, a pocket watch he designed for her 25th birthday. She was so impressed with her husband’s talents and the beauty of the watch that she persuaded him to found his own watchmaking company.
The next year, Christian Rüfli-Flury launched his watchmaking enterprise in Biel-Bienne, a city famous for its well-educated watchmakers. He named the company “Edox,” which means the hour in ancient Greek. The hourglass logo he put on his watches has adorned all Edox watches ever since.For a century and a quarter, the history of Edox has been studded with horologic successes and inventions of which many remain unrivaled to this day.          
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