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Limited Edition - No. 025 of 450 pieces manufactured featuring original artwork by Miami Neo-pop artist Romero Britto, Diving watch, Japanese quartz movement, Polished silver-tone skeleton hands with luminous accents, Polished silver-tone sweep seconds, Yellow Arabic numbers mark surrounding concave ring, Analog date aperture at three o'clock position, Double-layer matte blue dial with Romero Britto multicolor graphic and polished silver-tone logo applique at twelve o'clock position, Matte blue silicone strap with large brushed/polished silver-tone stainless steel ardillon buckle, Unidirectional polished silver-tone stainless steel bezel with white triangle marker and engraved Arabic numbers/baton markers/indices, Oversize polished silver-tone stainless steel round case with transparent plastic sheath, Textured steel screw-down crown with logo, Stainless steel screw-down caseback, Anti-reflective sapphire crystal, 20 ATM (200 meters/660 feet water resistant) **Included: interchangeable matte white silicone strap with brushed/polished silver-tone stainless steel ardillon buckle; interchangeable matte yellow silicone strap with brushed/polished silver-tone stainless steel ardillon buckle; additional glossy transparent blue plastic sheath; additional matte white plastic sheath **Note: the dimensions and heft of this item are equivalent to those of a men's watch
When TechnoMarine introduced its first luxury chronograph in transparent gel in 1997, it imposed a new concept that created many waves in the traditionally conservative watch making industry: TechnoMarine had invented a new class of high-end Swiss watches.
In 1999, TechnoMarine added diamonds to the rotating bezel of the "Raft", and the "TechnoDiamond" was born, the first ever combination of diamonds on a diving chronograph with an interchangeable gel strap.
The industry claimed that the idea was "insane", and TechnoMarine single-handedly managed to revolutionize the market with a product born of the never-before conceived and almost "sacrilegious" association between plastic and diamonds. More than 150,000 models were sold while thousands of look-alikes began to flood the market.
The "TechnoDiamond" became a watch which represented a certain lifestyle that people wanted to be identified with.
TechnoMarine’s new collection is a fascinating immersion into a world of technical proficiency and fusions, full of unexpected feelings, colors and designs.
More and more, TechnoMarine timepieces call attention to the subtle associations between high-end Swiss watches and luxury accessories with a fusion of aesthetic uniqueness and watch making expertise, always drawing inspiration from the ocean and sea universe.See all Product Description
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||TechnoMarine|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||40 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||14 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Water resistant depth||660 Feet|