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About mesh bracelets
Originally manufactured in precious metals by goldsmiths, mesh bracelets could already be found on the earliest wrist watches. In the 1960's and 1970's they provided a more durable alternative than leather straps for early diving watches; but by the early 1980's they were superseded by full-link steel bracelets.
However, full-link bracelet can drastically increase the overall weight, and in moist climate they tend to stick to the skin. To address these two issues, Techné had introduced a limited number of mesh bracelets in 2009.
Since then we have been working on an improved version with removable links that offers superior breathability compared to full-link steel bracelets and that can be adapted to fit wrist sizes ranging from 15 to 22 cm (6 to 8 in). No more sticky bracelet!
To meet your demand, we have this bracelet manufactured in 4 different versions:
Brushed steel with signed buckle
Brushed steel with sterile buckle (ideal as an aftermarket bracelet for your diving or vintage watch)
PVD steel with signed buckle
PVD steel with sterile buckle (ideal as an aftermarket bracelet for your diving or vintage watch)
The word techné comes from the Ancient Greek τέχνη, which translates to craftsmanship or craft, "the rational method involved in producing an object through art".
Since 2009, Techné Instruments has been designing and assembling affordable and dependable ISO-certified timepieces designed for professionals and horological enthusiasts. Techné watches are worn by personnel of the United States Special Operations Command, and the brand popularity reaches forums and style-savvy blogs across 4 continents.