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Lacoste Victoria Stainless Steel Case 2000972 White Dial Crystal Studded Bezel Womens Watch

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Style Victoria
Model # 2000972
Case Stainless Steel
Band Stainless Steel 3-Link Bracelet Strap
Bezel Crystal Studded
Bezel Function Fixed
Dial Color White with Two-Tone Lacoste Logo at Centre
Hand Indicators Silver-Tone Minute, Hour & Seconds Hands
Crystal Mineral Crystal
Movement Quartz
Case Size 38mm
Case Thickness 8mm
Clasp Type Push Button Deployment Clasp
Water Resistant 30 Meters/100 Feet
Warranty: 2 Year WristClocks.com

All measurements provided are approximate and may vary slightly from the listed information.
 
This mesmerizing Lacoste Victoria Stainless Steel Case White Dial Crystal Studded Bezel Bracelet Strap Women’s Watch Model# 2000972 will bring brilliance to the way you accessorize your look. The white dial has the legendary Lacoste logo carved in the centre with a two-toned colour of silver and rose gold inside it. The crystal-studded bezel embellishes the watch along with the clear white dial. The dial has the legendary Lacoste logo carved in the centre with a two-tone silver and rose gold finish at its centre. Its triple link stainless steel bracelet strap provides a secure fit, thanks to the push-button folding clasp closure.
Like all of our watches, this Lacoste Victoria Stainless Steel Case White Dial Crystal Studded Bezel Bracelet Strap Women’s Watch is Brand New, and comes in its original packaging!

Born in 1904, René Lacoste became world’s number one tennis player in the year 1927. The string of victories in Grand Slam tournaments got him to unprecedented heights in the field of sport and made him a cultural phenomenon. In 1923, during his trip to Boston with the Davis Cup team, Rene noticed a crocodile suitcase. His coach promised him to buy the suitcase if he wins the tournament. This anecdote was captured by a Boston journalist from the Boston Evening Transcript who is credited with being the one to coin the nickname “The Alligator”, which eventually became the brand’s emblem. From T-shirts, shoes, and accessories, Rene managed to make Lacoste not just a brand but a culture. Today, the brand offers a range of unique accessories that boast the classic sporty design with the elegance that has been maintained throughout the years.

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