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Daniel WellingtonUnisex Iconic Link 36 S Watch

R2,499

Retail: R3,990
About

A modern take on a classic design, the Iconic Link is the revelation behind years of meticulous craftsmanship. The Iconic Link features a luxurious metal bracelet with three-piece links; each segment is comprised of solid steel, individually crafted pieces in an elegantly tapered form, ensuring a seamless transition from case to clasp. The distinctive and sculptural lines of the raised midpiece blend effortlessly with the watch case, as our signature twelve index dial takes on a renewed, modern silhouette. The Iconic Link is available in polished stainless steel (316L) with a vibrant silver finish or with refined rose gold plating. The link bracelet can be adjusted for a perfect fit at your local watchmaker or Daniel Wellington store.

Product Specifications
  • Color: Silver
  • Material: Stainless steel (316L)
  • Dial Color: Eggshell White
  • Watch movement: Japanese Quartz Movement
  • Strap material: Stainless Steel (316L)
  • Strap color: Silver
  • Strap type: Link Strap
  • Strap width: 14 mm
  • Interchangeable straps: No
  • Water resistance: Up to 3 ATM (Rain resistant)
  • Size: 
    • 36S indicates that the watch dial diameter is 36mm
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Birds of a feather

From the beginning of time - or somewhere around then - we humans have lived and worked alongside animals to really help us develop. We're talking cows for milk, horses for labour, dogs for companionship and protection, all of that jazz.

When it comes to birds and their feathers, we've also found plenty of things to make. We use feathers for lures in fly-fishing, we use them to make fletching (the tail bits of arrows), Harry Potter used feathers to write exams and do homework (though we still think a ballpoint pen would have been a lot more practical), you name it!

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