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Hands On-TechnoMarine Cruise Sport Chrono

TechnoMarine Cruise Sport Chrono

TechnoMarine unveiled many appealing watches to attract an audience of young, hip consumers hungry for something new. The Cruise Sport collection is their attractive one.

Our curiosity piqued we decided it was time to get our hands on one and have a closer look. After speaking with TechnoMarine’s ever-accommodating Director of Public Relations, Betsy Kroll, a brand new model was on it’s way, the color however, would be a surprise.Side of TechnoMarine Cruise Sport Chrono
Our first impressions of the Cruise when it arrived were very positive. This was a good quality, affordable sport’s watch which could really satisfy the needs of consumers within the target market, especially those who might be looking for something other than the more traditional Japanese offerings. It was versatile, it was functional and above all it looked cool.Side of TechnoMarine Cruise Sport Chrono 02
Featuring chronograph functionality and date display, the watch is powered by a Japanese made Miyota FS20 quartz movement and presented on a surprisingly comfortable rubber strap. The collection is available in five bold colors and every watch comes with a second black strap as standard and so you really do have the option to choose between subtle highlights or an all out color explosion, or a combination of both.TechnoMarine Cruise Sport Chrono caseback
The straps are interchangeable and thanks to the clever technology employed can be snapped in and out at will by the owner without the use of any tools. Although a tool is provided by TechnoMarine for this purpose, we found it was just as easy to do by hand.