Maurice Lacroix revisits its Pontos S Diver, revamping the dive watch with a sharp-looking new dial sporting bolder indexes and minute markings, improved luminosity, and a raised date frame. In addition, Maurice Lacroix offers a bronze-cased edition, a first for the collection.
One of three new Maurice Lacroix Pontos S Divers.
The Swiss watchmaker released its first-generation Pontos S Diver in 2013 but halted it a few years later as it increased production of its hot Aikon collection to meet demand.
With the updated 42mm watch, Maurice Lacroix enhances dial visibility with newly facetted hour and minute hands, both of which glow with SuperlumiNova.
On the minute hand, you’ll now see a border colored to contrast with the dial. The hour indexes retain their generous luminescent treatment.
Maurice Lacroix also retains the watch’s useful internal rotating bezel to indicate elapsed time, adjusted using the crown at the 2 o’clock position. The second crown at the 3 o’clock position is used to adjust the time, and date and to wind the automatic ML115 movement. All models are water-resistant to 300 meters.
Maurice Lacroix debuts its first bronze-cased Pontos S Diver.
As noted, Maurice Lacroix is offering a bronze edition of the watch in addition to the steel models. While the regular production steel models are available with black-grained or white lacquered dial options, the bronze model is limited to 500 pieces and is paired with a blue-grained dial.
The bronze version comes supplied with two straps, one in dark blue leather and the other in dark blue rubber. Maurice Lacroix supplies the steel models with three matching straps: an M-branded fabric strap and two rubber straps.
Finally, Maurice Lacroix equips the new Pontos S Diver with the company’s Easy Strap Exchange System that allows the wearer to quickly swap straps without the need for tools.
Prices: $2,050 (steel) and $2,600 (bronze).