Shinola Canfield Chrono 43mm Watch

Shinola Canfield Chrono 43mm Watch
Shinola Canfield Chrono 43mm Watch
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Canfield Chrono 43mm Watch by Shinola
We've all got that one particular friend who's highly adept at being loud and boisterous. So, ask yourself, how often do you find yourself putting distance between the two of you--relatively frequent, correct' Well, the same notion can be applied to the world of watches. Though, the Shinola Canfield Chrono 43mm Watch is no bully of a timepiece and refrains from the typical ostentatious narrative. In fact, the Canfield features a subdued silhouette thanks to its sophisticated, stainless steel case and sapphire crystal face. This style promotes timeless versatility--which is to say, this watch is meant to grow old with you, rather than adhere to flightless trends. Meanwhile, the Super-Luminova hands assure that you're able to read the Canfield after dark, and the chronograph design allows you to measure elapsed time in stride.

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