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Edox Women's 26022 3D NAIN Classe Royale Rectangular Date Diamond Wristwatch

Estimated price for orientation: 2 375 $

Category: Edox Womens 2602

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
Calendar: Date MPN: 26022 3D NAIN
Movement: Analog-Quartz Gender: Womens
Band Material: White Calfskin Dial Color: Mother Of Pearl
Clasp: Buckle Case Material: Stainless-Steel
Band Width: 19 Case Dimensions: 32 mm x 5 mm
Crystal: Antireflective Sapphire Bezel Material: Stainless Steel
Water Resistance: 30 Meters(99 feet) Bezel Function: Stationary
UPC: 846341020907

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The embodiment of precision craftsmanship, this Edox timepiece is the product of a legacy of skilled watchmaking. It is the perfect blend of functionality and style. A stately and refined leather band pairs beautifully with a restrained dial that exudes class and sophistication.

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.           ');     } -->   <div style="text-align:center"><img src="" border="0"><br><table align="center"><tr><td height="28px" valign="middle" align="center"><font face="arial" size="2"><b>&a