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UNIFORM WARES 200 Series Wristwatch, Brushed Cherry Leather Band! NIB!

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by reedobandito, Jan 9, 2012.

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    reedobandito Senior member

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    Have a beautiful watch from renowned British watchmakers Uniform Wares in the Brushed Cherry band/white face/silver case motif, one of their best IMO. Retailed for $300-360 depending on the site. I purchased it from Need Supply Co. with the SF discount, so I'm still selling it here at a loss. These things never go on sale. The Box has been opened, and the watch tried on once, but this thing is otherwise immaculate, perfectly new. Selling because I need cash, not a watch :-/

    Description from the brand's website, with links:

    "The 200 Series wristwatch from Uniform Wares. Designed as a continuation of their 100 Series, this unisex timepiece references the classic engineering of machine gauges and industrial equipment used in the leather working process. The new 202 model timepiece features an aircraft grade stainless steel case in a satin fine brushed finish, Italian calf leather strap, and Swiss made ETA calendar movement.

    CASE: 316LStainless Steel 40mm D.
    FINISH: Satin Fine Brushed
    MOVEMENT: Swiss Made ETA F04.111
    DIAL: Brass - Matt White / Matt Black Index
    CROWN: Brushed
    LENS: Hardened Mineral Crystal
    STRAP: Wrapped Italian Calf Leather
    BUCKLE: Satin Fine Brushed
    CELL TYPE: Swiss Made Renata 394 (est.54 Months)
    ACCURACY: +/- 20 Seconds Per Month
    DIMENSIONS: 236.0 x 40.85 x 8.5mm
    WRIST FITTING: 16 - 21 cm C."

    Links: http://www.uniformwares.com/product_info.php?cPath=1&products_id=38#pic21

    Interested in trades, or reasonable offers. This piece is highly sought after, and should go quickly at this price. Thanks!

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