Shinola Rambler 44mm Watch

Shinola Rambler 44mm Watch
Shinola Rambler 44mm Watch
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Rambler 44mm Watch by Shinola
While its creation was initially inspired by American race car drivers, the Shinola Rambler 44mm Watch represents something much larger than simply the need for speed. If word phrases such as "equal parts dedication, hard work, and the ability to exceed expectations" come to mind, well, then we're all speaking a similar language. Handcrafted in Detroit, Michigan, the Rambler features a chronograph stopwatch function, as well as a bezel with tachrymetric scale--thus allowing you to measure speed (relative to time). The classically styled housing case offers 10ATM water-resistance, meaning it can handle a light splash from a rogue faucet as you wash dishes after dinner, while the sapphire crystal ensures premium clarity and long-term scratch resistance. Wear this refined timepiece as your every day staple or break it out for those special occasions when time is of the essence.

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