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TX Technoluxury Perpetual Calendar Watch

TX Technoluxury Perpetual Calendar Watch

Engineered in Germany to precise standards, the TX Technoluxury Perpetual Calendar Watch ($550) keeps track of more than just time. It features a black face with luminous hands, water resistance down to 100 meters, and a stylish stainless steel body and band, but adds an ingenious calendar function that tells the month, day, and day of the week, keeping track of the days so you don't have to.

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