L2 Bronze

design by Fabian Schwaerzler

Automatic Swiss movement (ETA-28.24)
all bronze case| Ø 42 mm
closed back
sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides
green Kevlar strap with rubber back
Water resistant: 300 meters


CHF 4'900

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Special characteristic

L2 bronze, Helium release valve

During extreme diving situations, helium atoms make their way into the watch. As such, the process of decompression could dislodge the watch crystal. The helium release valve prevents this from occurring by allowing the excess pressure to escape via the valve and due to this, it is possible to dive below 300 meters.

Special characteristic

L2 Deep Black Ziffernblatt

Das klare Design, die schwere Bronze mit ihrer lebendigen Oberfläche und Färbung, gepaart mit dem sehr tiefen Schwarz des Zifferblattes und der Lunette, strahlt Kraft aus. Es hat aber auch etwas Geheimnisvolles, weil das Schwarz alles Licht schluckt und in der Uhr zu speichern scheint.

Special characteristic

L2 Deep Black Rottable Lunette

The design of the unidirectional rotating bezel has been reduced to the bare minimum to ensure safe and error-free handling at all times. The central crown sets the time and date. Please note our instructions for setting our mechanical watches.

Special characteristic

Kaliber ETA 28.24-2

ETA 28.24-2 is one of the most famous Swiss watch movement.
  • TOP Execution
  • Hours, minutes, sweep second
  • Self-winding mechanism with ball bearing
  • Date in window, corrector
  • Stop second device
  • Regulator system ETACHRON and regulator corrector
  • 28.800 vibrations per hour; 4 Hz
  • 25 Jewels

Special characteristic

Nightvision L2 Bronze

A really good dial has a perfect readability even in very bad and even completely missing light. For diving watches, this can be vital underwater. When it comes to water, it's extremely luxurious to always see the time no matter when and how you need it. The designer Fabian Schwaerzler not only relied on the best Superluminova readability. He rigorously reduced the dial for readability. In this reduction lies the whole power of the L2. And if many dials fail, the L2 is still reliably legible.

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