The Runwell 47mm

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You can wear it any way but out. Built to last, named accordingly, this Runwell sports a supremely classic color palette. Two hands and a sub dial are driven by Shinola's Argonite 1069 high-accuracy quartz movement. Double-domed sapphire crystal protects the timepiece from scratches. With the stunning black dial, Super-LumiNova details, and shiny stainless steel case and matching bracelet, quality is this timepiece's most apparent characteristic. 
 

Details

SKU
20283786-sdt-000009865
Movement
Argonite 1069 Quartz
Dial Color Detail
Black
Case Material
Polished Stainless Steel
Case Size
47mm
Case Thickness
12.3 mm
Case Back Plate
Signature Iconic Caseback Plate with Laser-Etched Serial Number
Crown Construction
Screw-down
Band Material
Metal Bracelet
Strap Color Detail
3-Link Polished Stainless Steel
Strap Length
120mm x 80mm
Strap Width
24mm
Crystal
Double Curve Sapphire
Depth Rating
5 ATM
Warranty
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Reviews

Movement

ARGONITE 1069

The first movement we learned to build. The high-accuracy quartz movement—hand-assembled in Detroit with Swiss and other imported parts—drives the hours, minutes and sub-second with precision.

Case

SOLID STAINLESS STEEL

This polished stainless steel case features a classic pumpkin crown and double-domed sapphire crystal. Sapphire is second only to the diamond in hardness, helping protect the watch from scratches.
Dial

A CLASSIC BLACK DIAL

White printed Super-LumiNova Arabic numerals punctuate this handsome black dial. Other features include Super-LumiNova hands and a sub dial that measures seconds.

Strap

STAINLESS STEEL BRACELET

Elevated with a 3-link stainless steel bracelet, the Runwell is timeless.

Packaging

A WOODEN BOX TO TREASURE

Built from premium wood, every Shinola watch box is designed to last for generations.

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