Obaku Denmark Lund


Obaku Denmark Lund


A great way to express the elegance of the Lund watch is to tell the meaning of the name. "Lund" is the Danish word for grove, which compliments the design of the Lund Charcoal timepiece very well. The Lund Charcoal watch design is emphasized by a black coated stainless steel mesh bracelet and a black dial. The white hands and dial dots make it easy to tell the time. The date function is integrated in a small but sophisticated way that complements the masculinity of the watch. For those who enjoy modern simplicity that will impress in any situation, Lund Charcoal is the perfect choice. Designed by Lau Liengård Ruge, this watch will stand the test of time.


Product Details


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

Name Lund
Stock Number V102GDBBMB
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Men's Watches
Collection Lau Liengard Ruge
Material Stainless Steel

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