Oxygen Watch

Bracelet Nato type interchangeable leather 20mm - oxygen watch

9 bracelets leather nato interchangeable different colors 20 mm
Size 20 mm is for watches with a dial diameter of 34, 38 or 40 mm
The NATO type strap used by NATO soldiers and invented in the 70s is interchangeable without tools in 10 seconds.
Leather bracelet Italy hand-stitched, Waxed finish, Stainless steel metal parts
Strap width of the NATO strap 20 mm.
This NATO bracelet has a unique length and is suitable for any wrist width (for very thin wrists, just make a bracelet return in passersby).

A message from LESSisRARE:
Change in a wink, the bracelet of your watch to the sandstone of your desires to allow him to match all your outfits. Let yourself try by these sublime interchangeable bracelets made in real Italian leather! "

 

2-3 days
Free shipping in metropolitan France.
For other delivery methods, see our section Delivery.

 

You are not satisfied with your purchase? It is possible to return it under 30 days.
For more information please visit our page Trial 30 days - Return / Exchange / Refund.

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or on caroline@lessisrare.com, we will get back to you within 24 working hours.

In 2003, the French brand Oxygen Watch arrived to be sold exclusively on board airlines. The technicality of the models, their quality and their versatility make this brand a must for travelers.
This range is fun, chic, accessible, trendy and ultra resistant!

The Ronald Pineau accessories collection is a line of belts, bracelets, ties and necklaces, all made from raw and natural leathers. The pieces are covered with studs and diamond-etched cabochons, swarovski crystal set or covered with giant double zippers.

This line is “Made in France” and inspired by the rock culture and movements of the 60s, 70s and early 80s. Ronald Pineau is also a DJ and plays English rock, indie and electro-rock, mods and post-punk.

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