Shinola Runwell Chrono 47mm Watch

Shinola Runwell Chrono 47mm Watch
Shinola Runwell Chrono 47mm Watch
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Runwell Chrono 47mm Watch by Shinola
A watch doesn't simply tell time: it's a crucial figurehead in your day, a personal administrator if you will. And in effect, a watch is a lifelong companion. The Shinola Runwell Chrono 47mm Watch' It's no different, though in a very basic sense--however, its craftsmanship is what makes it stand apart from the rest. Handcrafted in Shinola's Detroit manufacturing facility, the Runwell Chrono is fashioned with a stainless steel housing and sapphire crystal face for unequivocal, dapper style. Meanwhile, the chronograph silhouette lends timeless appeal and allows you to track elapsed time, as well as view the date. Additionally, the Super-Luminova hands provide easy readability, even in low-light conditions, and the lush leather strap is crafted from premium, American leather.

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SKU: SNH0016
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