Shinola Runwell Watch

Built to last, and named accordingly, the Shinola Runwell Watch is a classic timepiece assembled from the finest components available in the world. Features include a sapphire crystal, Super-LumiNova hands, and a sandblast PVD gunmetal case with screw down crown. From the laser-etched case back to the etched lightning bolt on the buckle, every detail of The Runwell has been engineered with an obsessive focus to ensure the highest possible quality.

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