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TechnoMarine watch
TechnoMarine timepiece

About TechnoMarine Watch
Founded in 1997 by successful entrepreneur and avid diver, Franck Dubarry, TechnoMarine offers both the water sportsman and the fashion conscious exactly what they need in a go-anywhere timepiece. Using high tech timekeeping mechanisms from Switzerland, the best guarantee of watchmaking quality in the world, in combination with cutting edge design and "au courant" French style, TechnoMarine provides today's go-getters with attention-getting wristwatches that perform equally well on the dance-floor as they do at water depths down to 660 feet.

Of the more than 110 TechnoMarine styles available today, the most famous and eye-catching of all is the amazing TechnoDiamond collection, a flashier version of the original TechnoMarine dive watch. In addition to a broad selection of attractive face and translucent watchband colors including, yellow, pink, mauve, blue jean and transparent, the TechnoDiamond's most noticeable feature is its brilliant 1.1ct diamond revolving bezel, arranged in a bead setting around the face. The TechnoDiamond collection is also available in both regular dial and chronograph models, and feature day/date functions and water resistance to 660 feet (or 20 ATMs). When introduced to the world, it immediately won recognition as one of the best new products at the 1999 Basel Watch Show in Switzerland.

As the most distinctive and elite of the TechnoMarine watches, the TechnoDiamond is a favorite with the rich and famous in all corners of the world from the Middle East to New York City to Hollywood. Among the celebrities spotted with their TechnoDiamonds are Lenny Kravitz, Sharon Stone, Ringo Starr, Prince Albert of Monaco and French soccer star, Fabien Barthez.

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Watch Maintenance
Buying a watch is often an important investment, so understanding each aspect of your watch is equally important.

About every three years, you should have your watch cleaned and serviced. For automatic watches, you'll need your battery changed, and for mechanical watches, you should have all the moving parts inspected and cleaned. For watches with water resistant seals, you should have the resistance checked annually using pressure equipment, and the seals should be changed as well. As far as care, you should always check the case and bracelet for wear if you expose them to chemicals or harsh environments. Cosmetics and perfume can also damage these components, as well as the rest of the watch.


 

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