Obaku Denmark Lund


Obaku Denmark Lund


Lund means grove in Danish. It symbolizes the simple and minimalistic lines of the Obaku Lund timepiece, which creates a delightful impression of strength and elegance. The Lund Titanium watch has an extra hard, but ultra-light titanium case that emphasizes the high quality of the applied materials. A small and tasteful date function completes the masculine expression. Titanium is a hypoallergenic material which makes it the perfect metal for the Lund watch as both the materials and design are timeless. Fitted with a titanium coated stainless steel mesh bracelet, this watch is designed by Lau Liengård Ruge.


Product Details


3 Hands and Date Movment. Size: w34 x h36 mm

Name Lund
Stock Number V102GDTJMJ
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Men's Watches
Collection Lau Liengard Ruge
Material Titanium

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