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Burnham Watch | By Oak & Oscar

A new watch brand from Chicago has entered the scene, Oak & Oscar. They have just launched their limited edition timepiece called the Burnham, an elegant watch that is all about obsessive attention to detail, and a combination of the highest quality materials with authentic craftsmanship and design. Powered by a Swiss automatic Soprod A10 movement, the Burnham features a beautiful Horween leather custom-dyed strap with orange highlights to compliment the seconds hand. Also included is a matching watch wallet that holds 4 watches, an extra strap and a strap tool.

Expected to ship early fall 2015, the limited edition will only have available 300 serialized pieces. Order now for a special pre-sale price of $1,450




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