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Modern minimalist diver is not a term you hear very often in the watch industry Despite the growing popularity of minimalist-style watches, most of them are manifested in watches that are cheaper to produce, such as casual dress-style models Minimalist sport watches are a niche, but an interesting one.
I happen to like them a lot—at their core, they’re durable sport watches, but their exterior attempts to boil down a traditional diver aesthetic to its essential parts Fun. This watch is the Maurice de Mauriac L2, a diver that follows the previously reviewed Maurice de Mauriac L1. width="560" height="315" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"> Zurich-based architect and designer Fabian Schwaerzler designed both of these watches, and the L2 is the sportier of the two It’s water-resistant to 300m and has an automatic helium release valve.
42mm wide, the L2 is offered in steel (natural or DLC-coated dark gray) or in bronze Furthermore, Maurice de Mauriac provides . More
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