Obaku Denmark Toft

# V181GDCWRZ

Obaku Denmark Toft

Obaku Denmark Toft

# V181GDCWRZ

The Toft Cognac is a modern interpretation of a classic design by its cognac coated calf leather strap with white stitching’s as a graceful detail to the timepiece. The case is made of stainless steel and has a white dial that features a single Arabic figure to emphasize the masculinity in the watch. The movement has an indispensable date function that suits the design perfectly. Our timepiece is lovingly designed by the Danish designer Christian Mikkelsen.

$149

Product Details

Details

3 Hands and Date Movment. Size: Ø40mm

Name Toft
Stock Number V181GDCWRZ
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Men's Watches
Collection Christian Mikkelsen

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