Italian watchmaker LOCMAN recently introduced an analog-style version of its MARE 300MT Dive Watch.
The new hour, minute and seconds counters are “complications that increase its technical performance and confirm the high-quality standards the Elban Maison achieved in underwater watchmaking,” according to the company.
The watch featured a 44mm case made of titanium and AISI 316L steel, as well as a unidirectional rotating bezel, which allows the measurement of dives by indicating the time spent at depth and ascent to the surface.
Water-resistant to 300 meters (30 ATM/984ft), the watch has a screw-down crown and pushers to prevent accidental operation in the water, thus ensuring maximum water resistance.
The dial, with applied hour markers and the Italian flag placed at 6 o’clock, recalls and emphasizes LOCMAN’s roots. It is topped with a sapphire-coated mineral crystal, increasing its resistance and transparency.
The new MARE 300 MT Chrono is offered in four different versions: with a steel case, with total blue or total green PVD coating, and with a steel case and rose gold finish.
The watch is available with a soft touch silicon strap or a stainless steel bracelet.
Pricing starts at $670 (~€671).