One-piece or “pass-through” watch straps—as are they are sometimes referred to—have been around for quite some time. In 1965 they were thrust into the spotlight in the James Bond film…
The play of colours present in the patina is what makes the metal bronze so extremely attractive for Maurice de Mauriac watches. Bronze watches take an active role in the lives of their wearers and show their true colour.The interplay of colours moves between gold, brown, black and greenish-blue.
Very few people have ever had the chance to actually look at a diving watch 300 meters below the surface. And in the case of the L2, one would truly love to have the opportunity to savour it while floating weightless in the absolute silence of the deep blue depths.