From jet setting adventures to the 9 to 5 grind, the iconic Portia watch collection by Michael Kors provide luxurious style with a modern splash of trend-right touches, Featuring a 37mm case, 16mm band width, scratch-resistant mineral crystal glass, Quartz movement with three hand analog display, imported, Round stainless steel case with a white dial Pink genuine leather band with clasp closure, Water resistant to 50m (165ft): in general, suitable for short periods of recreational swimming, but not diving or snorkeling, Michael Kors is a world-renowned, award-winning designer of luxury accessories and ready-to-wear with an innate sense of glamour and an unfailing eye for timeless chic
Inspired by the notorious bounty hunter’s helmet and armory, Dial features design detail from Boba Fett’s chest armor, in olive green with accents in burgundy and deep yellow, Gray ion-plated stainless steel case (43mm) and bezel, olive green leather strap with contrast stitching in burgundy, Three-hand with date display. Operating temperature range is −10˚C/14˚F to +60˚C/140˚F, Caseback features unique illustration of Boba Fett’s helmet, Limited Edition: Only 1,980 pieces globally (for the year The Empire Strikes Back was released, when fan favorite Boba Fett first appeared), Uses Citizen Eco-Drive technology – powered by any light and never needs a battery, 5-year limited manufacturer’s warranty, with an additional 1-year warranty upon registering your watch with Citizen
Tough Solar power, Silicon band, Direction Bezel, Mineral Glass, Black IP, 200-meter water resistance, LED Backlight, Low-temperature resistant (-10 degree celsius), Calibration Signals, Digital Compass, Altimeter, Barometer, Thermometer, World Time, Full auto-calendar, Quartz Movement, Case Diameter: 55mm, Water resistant 200m (660ft): in general, suitable for professional marine activity and serious surface water sports, but not diving
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