L2 Steel with stainless steel bracelet

design by Fabian Schwaerzler

Automatic Swiss movement (ETA-28.24)
316L steel case| Ø 42 mm
closed back
sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides
stainless steel bracelet
Water resistant: 300 meters

“Maurice de Mauriac has invested years in the development and manufacture of professional diver’s watches. This ‘L2’ style is crafted from 316L stainless steel – one of the hardest and most resistant in the world – and equipped with a helium valve to release excess pressure when diving below 300 metres. It has large luminescent indices and an ETA 28.24 movement which will stand the test of time.”

Amount
CHF 3,770

    • 458.595 CHF
    • 611.46 CHF

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Glossary

Special characteristic

L2 steel, 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

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

L2 in steel, caseback

A watch like a lion, a sea lion. What animal is closely associated with people and is known for its skilful ability to dive to great depths? The sea lion. The backside of the L2 is adorned with this magnificent creature, whose manoeuvrability, elegance and function attuned to life underwater stand for a diving watch blending all of these traits. Given that the lion is the symbol of Zurich, the city that has shaped the evolution of this watch, it seems only appropriate that the sea lion should be the symbol of the Maurice de Mauriac L2. A roar – both below and above water – has been sent out from Maurice de Mauriac throughout the world.

Special characteristic

Steel

Not all steels are created equal. We use 316L stainless steel; one of the hardest premium steels in the world. In addition to its hardness and resistance, this high-quality steel stands out because of its finish as well as it very fine silver hue. 316L steel has a significantly lower nickel emission than, for instance, 904L steel, which is also a high-strength steel alloy. This is, for us, a reason to favour 316L stainless steel.