Maurice Lacroix (Amy) Diving Watch Introduction

Maurice Lacroix (Amy)
Leaving Bering Strait Bentao series full black square chronographIn July this year, the Bering Strait Expedition formed by Geza Scholtz and Troy Henkels sponsored by Maurice Lacroix (Le Méridien) set off for a kiteboard The way from Alaska to Russia through the Bering Strait, the two of them wearing the Le Méridien Bentao series full black square chronograph during this adventure.
Geza Scholtz, who often sneaks out of his dentist’s career and loves to explore the world, has traveled to 30 countries. Troy Henkels is a business economist who works as a communications technician in Alaska and loves adventures. He is also the first person to kiteboard in Antarctica.
Key Point: The square case is complemented by an innovative ceramic coating, which makes this watch stronger and stronger.The 30-minute and 12-hour timers are set at 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock, respectively, and the small seconds and 9 o’clock The date of the point position shows coordination. Thanks to the luminous coating on the top of the pointer, reading time is easier. The ML 112 automatic movement, visible from the transparent case back, also contains two very different styles: one is the more elegant hand-made Geneva wave decoration, and the other is a sporty rhodium metal tone decoration. To ensure accuracy and reliability, the balance wheel vibrates at a frequency of 28,800 times per hour, while the movement has a 46-hour power reserve.