Winner Men's Volt Automatic Skeleton Watch Silver & Gold
Winner Men's Volt Automatic Skeleton Watch Silver & Gold
Winner Men's Volt Automatic Skeleton Watch Silver & Gold
Winner Men's Volt Automatic Skeleton Watch Silver & Gold
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Winner Men's Volt Automatic Skeleton Watch Silver & Gold

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R 899.00
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R 899.00
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R 1,399.00
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Features:
- See The Gears And Inner Workings Of This Stunning Timepiece!
- The Perfect Gift For Engineers And Mechanical Minds.
- Made From High-Quality Stainless Steel, Glass.
- Automatic Self-Winding.
- Time Display
- Analog Display
- Water Resistant (3 Bar)

(Do note this watch does not use batteries but needs to be wound and then worn to keep time, if left unworn it will stop and will need to wound again)

Specifications:
- Case Material: Stainless Steel
- Case Diameter: 49mm
- Case Thickness: 12.5mm
- Band Material: Stainless Steel
- Band Length (include Case): 250mm
- Band Width: 20mm
- Weight: 75g

Water-resistance information:
3 bar water resistance does not mean that you can swim with your watch, it just refers to it being splash-proof.

It does NOT mean the watch will be fine if you bring it 30 meters below sea level.
While it's certainly possible that your watch could survive an extremely brief trip under very careful conditions in extremely still water, but it is advisable not to submerge a 3bar or 5bar water-resistant watch.

3 bar and 5 bar water-resistant watches are not safe in the water, 10 bar is the start if wish to dip your watch in water, and if you really want to dive with your watch you are safer to go for waterproof - there is a big difference between water resistance and waterproof.

If your watch doesn't say it's water-resistant, treat it as if it's a piece of paper. Water can do terrible things to it.
If it does mention a vague sort of water resistance, still avoid getting it wet.
A splash will be okay, but definitely not a good idea to go for a dip or shower with it on especially since a hot shower's steam can do even more horrible things to your watch's seals than water.

What's in the box
1 x Watch
1 x Instruction Manual
1 x Watch Box