Obaku Denmark Notat


Obaku Denmark Notat


Notat Walnut features sapphire crystal and a thinness of no more than 4.9 mm. This is just about the size of two one Euro coins put together. Compare that to the watch you are wearing now and you will realize just how slim that is. Our own watch designer Lau Liengaard Ruge created this lightweight beauty. One intriguing detail of Notat Walnut he made possible is hidden in the form of its hands. They perfectly copy the droplet-shaped forms where the Swarovski crystals sit and if timed right they only reveal the shimmering stone at their top.


Product Details


2 Hands Movment. Size: Ø30mm

Name Notat
Stock Number V233LXVNMN
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Women's Watches
Collection Lau Liengard Ruge

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