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Blue Genuine Leather
Blue Sunray Dial
Silver Tone Indices
30 Meters/100 Feet
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This Swarovski Octea Nova Stainless Steel Quartz Blue Dial Blue Leather Strap Women's Watch Model# 5295349 is a precise and sleek accessory to match your workplace demands. The timepiece features a blue analog dial with silver hands and index hour markers. It is protected with the scratch resistant sapphire crystal glass on the 36mm stainless steel case. This watch has a durable blue genuine leather strap which is simple yet eye-catching and is finished with a secure buckle clasp. It runs with a Swiss Quartz movement and has a water resistance of up to 30 meters/100 feet. The watch can be paired with both casual and formal wear to make a unique style statement. Like all of our watches, this Swarovski Octea Nova Stainless Steel Quartz Women's Watch is Brand New and comes in original packaging!
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 1956, the company has been constantly reinventing the cutting styles and exploring new avenues in which Swarovski's vision can be incorporated.