Sinn 103 Ti Ar Tricium dail
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|Year of production||2012 (Approximation)|
|Condition||(Worn with little to no signs of wear)|
|Scope of delivery||
Original box, no original papers
|Water resistance||20 ATM|
|Dial numerals||Arabic numerals|
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Rarity/collector's item Sinn 103 Titan Ar with Tricium dial. Sapphire crystal and case back.
The watch is in perfect condition.
Was purchased at the end of 2021 from a master watchmaker. This had them from a private collection and the completely serviciert. There is still warranty until August 2023.
A barely worn titanium bracelet is also included.
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