LOCMAN brings accuracy and reliability of quartz to its Stealth dive watch collection


Italian watch house LOCMAN has a long history of working with carbon fiber for its dive watches.

It even claims to have been the first company in the world, back in 2003, to have used the material for a diver’s watch case.

Since then, its in-house watch academy has continued to learn and work with innovative materials, introducing its light, strong and moody Stealth collection in carbon fiber in 2009.


Locman’s most sophisticated watch launched in 2014, a Stealth 300 Meters Automatic using a a mechanical self-winding movement.

A chronograph in forged carbon with a titanium case back was added to the collection the following year.

Rounding out the collection this year is a quartz-based chronograph that combines the style and toughness of carbon fiber with the accuracy and reliability of a Ronda quartz split second chronograph movement.

This is a watch that will not let you down 300 meters below sea level or around the board room striking a million dollar deal.

Its broad dial is designed to ensure optimal readability even in poor visibility conditions thanks to the luminescent treatment applied to the hour-markers, hours and minutes hands and there is a magnified date aperture at 3 o’clock.

The Stealth 300 Metres Carbon Chronograph, offered in a range of colorways, is teamed with a strap in perforated hypoallergenic silicon or in natural leather.

Locman is distributed in the United States by IFE Lux Group.

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