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St Moritz Stella Maris Womens Watch:
I am looking for a St Moritz womens watch with a push to light dial face similar to the one my wife has had for years.
Do they still exist at St Moritz?
(Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com)
You might want to contact the manufacturer directly http://www.momentumwatch.com/pages/company/contact.php
Stella Maris Women's Dive Watch
The Stella Maris proves that a true dive watch needn't be unglamorous. Engineered for the rigours of the real diving world yet beautifully executed with mother-of-pearl dial, diamond bezel marker, and high polish stainless steel. Guaranteed to a depth of 200M/660FT.
The Stella Maris continues the Momentum® tradition of ladies’ dive watches that combine beauty and function. Engineered for the rigors of diving, yet beautifully executed with mother-of-pearl dial, diamond bezel marker, and matching stainless steel case and bracelet. Elegance and feminine style, guaranteed to a depth of 200M/660FT.
Technology - Swiss Quartz Analog with low battery indicator
Functions - HH, MM, SS, DATE
Power - Silver oxide cell
Case - Solid 316L Stainless steel (2 tone version, 18kt gold ion plated), with diamond bezel marker.
Crystal - Scratch resistant sapphire crystal
Finish - Brushed and polished steel (2 tone version, 18kt gold ion-plated)
Water-resistance - 200 meters 660 feet
ECOMAX (Low battery indication)
Most quartz watches stop suddenly when the battery dies. Your new watch offers our Ecomax system that warns you before the battery runs out. When the second hand starts to jump at 2 or 4 second intervalls, this indicates that the battery will soon run out. Note that your watch will continue to run and keep accurate time, typically for a few days. When this happens, send your watch without delay to the nearest Momentum Service Center.
Most of our watches are fitted with a heat-tempered mineral crystal. Please note that while this glass is heat-hardened, an impact with a hard or sharp object can scratch the crystal or crack or shatter it. If this happens, return the watch to one of our service centers, where the crystal can be replaced for a moderate charge.