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|Dial Window Material Type||sapphire crystal|
|Case Diameter||38 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||11 millimetres|
|Band Width||19 millimetres|
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Black ceramic case with a ceramic bracelet. Unidirectional rotating black ceramic bezel. Black dial with luminous hands and Arabic hour markers. Minute markers around the outer rim. Luminescent hands and dial markers. Automatic date display between the 4 and 5 o'clock positions. Automatic self-winding movement. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Screw down crown. Case diameter: 39 mm. Deployment buckle clasp. Water resistant at 200 meters / 660 feet. Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, date. Chanel J12 Black Ceramic Automatic Midsize Unisex Watch H0685.
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If you have not had a fine watch before, it can be hard to settle down on one choice. But keep in mind that a brand's expense and fame does not alway guarantee that the product is hassel-free (Jaguar, anyone?). Start out with something that will work well. Chanel is wonderful about repairs. I worked in a medical office around a prototype machine that I did not know was credited with regularly pulling the mainspring out of mechanical watches. The result was the watch's three separate trips to Chanel over the last two years (that it, four years after I purchased it). Chanel never said a word--it was always fixed even though it was my fault. They also always serviced the inside of the watch (which usually is done every 3 years at a cost, like an oil change). Finally, after 6 years of daily wear, the closure mechanism on the band started to wear down. Chanel repaired it for free. This is the kind of treatment you would hope for when spending $5k on a watch. My brother and many friends have different variations of the J12. We all have great stories. I also have a Patek Philippe and my friends have Rolexs, Cartiers, Omegas, and Piagets and all of these companies nickel and dime for every repair, even when it is an obvious quality issue. Not good. I think Chanel is serious about being in the watch business for a long time.