Rip Curl Cambridge Silicone ABS Watch

Rip Curl Cambridge Silicone ABS Watch
Rip Curl Cambridge Silicone ABS Watch
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Cambridge Silicone ABS Watch by Rip Curl
Why wait for the hour hand to reach the five' Clock out early and meet your friends at the beach wearing the Rip Curl Cambridge Silicone Watch. The sleek analog display and silicone strap give you both style and comfort, whether your time out from work includes play, or taking it easy. But this watch isn't short on performance. The ABS high impact case is lightweight, but durable enough to handle your active lifestyle and the jeweled internal movement system gives you an accurate reading every time. But best of all, this watch is water-resistant up to 100 meters. So go ahead and take some time to regroup--even in the water. This watch has got your back.

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SKU: RIP005V
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