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New Octea Sport
Light Gold Tone Stainless Steel
White Rubber Strap with Six Gold tone Crystals
PVD Coated and Crystal
White with Silver Tone Sunray Center
Gold Tone & Luminous
Gold tone Arabic Numerals & Diamond set index
30 meters/100 feet
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2 Year WristClocks.com
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The Swarovski New Octea Sport Stainless Steel Quartz Womens Watch Model # 5040559 has a light gold tone stainless steel case. The crystal bezel is PVD gold coated. The white rubber strap features six gold tone crystals. The case back has the Swanflower and 5th anniversary special edition engraving. The sport style watch has a silver sunray dial along with a matte white outer ring and gold tone luminous hands. The hand-applied crystal indexes and gold tone Arabic numerals add charm to the overall look of the watch. The analog watch runs on Quartz movement, giving optimum accuracy in time telling. Like all of our watches, this Swarovski New Octea Sport Stainless Steel Quartz Womens Watch is Brand New, and comes in its original packaging!
The Swarovski watches are embedded with signature faceted crystals to create a completely new form of contemporary designs. With a vision to make crystals accessible to a wider consumer base, Swarovski was founded in 1895 by Daniel Swarovski in a small town called Wattens, located in the Austrian Alps. A Bohemian jeweler by profession, Daniel Swarovski got an electric crystal cutting machine patented in his name. The machine helped increase Swarovski’s production potential and opened up his mind to new cutting styles and designs, catapulting him to global recognition wherein, the crystals were worn by the likes of Marilyn Monroe in the movie ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’ and many other pop culture icons. Even after Swarovski’s death, the company’s vision and drive for creating something new has not faded away. The crystal watches and all the other ventures they have taken up have made Swarovski a global leader and an icon in fashion culture.