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REPLICA HYT H4 GOTHAM 151-CB-03-RF-RN WATCH 1 year 10 months ago #26297

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Ref. No :151-CB-03-RF-RN
Functions: Retrograde hours, Minutes, Seconds, Power Reserve
Diameter: 51.00mm
Strap: Fabric
Movement: Manual Winding
Glass: Sapphire
Year: 2015

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