Chanel – J12 Marine

Chanel J12 Marine

Chanel J12 Marine

2010 has seen its fair share of new watches.  One of the most highly anticipated this year is the Chanel J12 Marine.  After creating a lot of buzz at this year’s Baselworld exposition, the J12 Marine has made quite a “splash”.   The new J12 Marine has the same water resistance as the Rolex Submariner (300m).

The Marine comes in four different models: blue in both 42 and 38 mm, black in 42 mm, and white in 38 mm.  On all models the case is made from sand-blasted high-tech ceramic and steel.  The stainless steel bezel is unidirectional rotating with hour markers to time the climb back to the surface when diving.  The crystal is scratch resistant sapphire and has anti glare coating.  The dial has luminescent hands and markers for easy reading in the dark.  The automatic self-winding movement has a power reserve of 42 hours.  Functions include hours, minutes, seconds, and date.  The strap is rubber with openings to allow water to escape.

This is a true diving watch.  There are only a few watches with the water resistance for 300 meters (1000 feet).  The J12 Marine style keeps to the same styling as the normal J12.  This is the 10th anniversary of the J12 and what better way to celebrate the success of the J12 then to introduce the J12 Marine?  Chanel has made stunning and functional watches for years and the tradition continues with the J12 Marine.

by Seth, Raymond Lee Jewelers, One of South Florida’s biggest watch sellers!

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