Cvstos Challenge Chrono II Steel Challenge Chrono II

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From CHF 202.- /month

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Direct payment for CHF 16’200.-

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Your benefits

  • Based in Switzerland
  • Tailor made credit
  • Free & secured delivery
  • 12 months min. warranty

CVSTOS Challenge Chrono II Stainless steel case, diameter 53,7 x 41mm, sapphire glass. Automatic movement, caliber Cvstos 577, time, date, power reserve and chronograph, grey rubber strap with steel folding claps.

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  • Ref. Challenge Chrono II
  • Product Type
  • Condition New
  • Case Stainless Steel
  • Box Yes
  • Warranty Yes
  • Diameter 41 mm
  • Strap Rubber
  • Gender Gentleman
  • Style Sport
  • Dial color Skeleton
  • Brand Cvstos
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Frequently Asked Questions

All our new watches come with their original case and certificate as well as the brand’s international warranty. For pre-owned watches, the photos of the current state of the watch are below the description. These watches are controlled by an authorized professional and, in the event that the original warranty has expired, our company offers you a 12-month warranty.

These are the payment methods that we accept :
- 0% loan request for watches from CHF 2'000.- to CHF 11'000.-
- Traditional loan request for watches over CHF 11'000.-
- Bank transfer
- Credit card
- Twint

Your contractual partner is our company: Watch Dreamer SA. You will find all important information in our general terms and conditions. When you make your purchase on our platform, the terms and conditions will be available for reading during the purchasing process and your acceptation will be requested in order to validate your order.

For a 0% loan, you will only be asked for a copy of your ID.

For a traditional loan, you will be asked to provide your 3 last pay slips as well as a copy of your ID.

For a matter of confidentiality, we do not have access to your file with our financial partners and therefore cannot inform you about the reasons for their possible refusals.

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