|Case Size||42 mm|
|Water Resistance (Meters)||30|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||2 Years|
Raymond Weil Tradition
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Customer Reviews on Raymond Weil Tradition 5578-ST-00300
Average Customer Rating 5 out of 5 based on 1 Review(s)
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I bought my maiden wrist watch from Ethos Watches during December last. However, I could lay my hands on this beautiful composition in March 2015 only, when I could visit Delhi personally as the watch was delivered to my friend’s house.
This is Raymond Weil Tradition 5578-ST-00300. The round shaped white dial is in a polished stainless steel case. It is embossed with black toned Roman numerals but hour and minute hands are blue if you tilt them. There’s a date display window at 3 O’ clock. The bracelet is made of stainless steel and has a folding clasp with double push buttons for security. It has a quartz movement. The time keeper has a case size diameter of 43 mm. It ensconced in scratch resistant sapphire crystal. The watch is water resistant up to 30m.
Shopping with Ethos was a pleasant experience. Well trained was a definite plus. I have some praise for Ms. Dinisha, who could make it happen for me.
I believe I have started fancying time.
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