Maurice Lacroix has proudly issued its new Masterpiece Roue Carree Seconde unique men’s observe getting officially unveiled on the Only observe 2011 event.

The new Maurice Lacroix observe arrives packaged within a 43mm stainless metal circumstance possessing a sand-blasted finish. The style is built getting 50-meter water-resistant. Its top facet is shielded with a domed sapphire crystal with inner and outside glare-proofed treatment. The screwed case-back is fitted possessing a sapphire crystal.

The broad wine glass opens up toward the beholder’s eyesight a hand-wound mechanised ML 156 movement. It is endowed possessing a Grand Colimacon design, achieved inside the best Swiss watchmaking tradition. founded in collaboration using the HE-ARC, the movement is founded and assembled by Maurice Lacroix.

Set with 34 jewels, the caliber beats toward the rhythm of 18,000 vibrations every hour and offers a 45-hour energy reserve. It incorporates rectangular and cloverleaf-shaped wheels, produced from silicon. The particular originality concerning the movement lies inside the Only observe logo, introduced concerning the rectangular wheel. The logo is so tiny that it may properly be witnessed only using the help of the magnifying glass.

The movement animates an array of functions, introduced concerning the principal plate, which serves like a dial. Treated with dark sand-blasted finish, it reveals raised polished indexes.

The show concerning the brand new Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Roue Carree Seconde observe assures several hours and minutes, indicated by PVD-coated dark gold, diamond-polished hands. exactly the same exact hand is accountable to the energy reserve indication, featured at three o’clock. The small seconds are confirmed on the rectangular wheel a 6 o’clock.

The new Maurice Lacroix observe is teamed possessing a matt dark large-scale crocodile leather-based strap, lined possessing a dark calfskin and dark over-stitching. The strap terminates within a sand-blasted folding metal clasp with push-buttons.

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