Corum's Memotime is a whole collection of timepieces dedicated to saving the sea. Since its birth in 1993, Memotime has sponsored numerous projects of various nature in the world that tries to conserve what actually takes up 80 percent of planet Earth. One example is the Jonathan Project, a clinical study on the interactions between a child and dolphins. As a watch brand that carries a universal message linked to conservation of the seas, it was perfectly natural that Memotime should design a watch for those seeking to discover the ineffable beauty of the sea. The Memotime diving watch is 100 percent Swiss-made, in solid stainless steel or steel bi-colour, water-resistant to 100 metres, with scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, stainless steel screw back-case and screw-in crown, and uni-directional rotatable rider. Large models are available with automatic or quartz movements while small ones come in quartz version only. Every timepiece in the Save the Sea collection is stamped with the "Corum Design" signature, with fully recyclable parts and features the slogan "Save the Sea" in nautical pennants.
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