Emile Chouriet Lac Léman Classic Chronometer

Jean Depéry, a Swiss miniature designer with an interest for watchmaking, established the Geneva-based watch brand Emile Chouriet in 1998 and named his company after a 18th-century watchmaker. Incidentally, one of Dépery’s precursors had delivered components for Emile Chouriet. A family-run business today, Dépery has an assembling in Meyrin, a region of the Canton of Geneva, where the brand has built up its first in-house development. The Classic Chronometer is the most recent watch delivery to join the Lac Léman assortment and buys in to the brand’s strategy of exquisite, very much completed watches at a sensible price.

Distinctive case

The cleaned 40mm steel case highlights Emile Chouriet’s unique ventured wing-molded hauls, a plan include that shows up altogether the men’s assortments of the brand. As of now, there are 32 models in the Lac Léman assortment with a blend of chronographs and more direct 3-hand-and-date watches. Case sizes in the assortment range from minute 28mm – the brand has a solid presence in Asia – as far as possible up to 42mm and a blend of mechanical and quartz developments fueling the more modest 28mm and 30mm distance across models.

The new Lac Léman Classic Chronometer is the principal model in the assortment to highlight a 40mm case distance across and COSC-chronometer certificate. It is additionally the most classical-glancing model in the current line-up.

The case and arm band are very much gotten done with differentiating cleaned and brushed surfaces. The adjusted bezel and layered hauls are chosen with a brilliant mirror-like clean to stress their structures while the incorporated steel wristband plays with differentiating silk brushed and cleaned drags. As the most particular element of the watch, the erupted, ventured drags add an appealing touch and give the watch its personality.

Classic dial

Evoking the cleaned up, exquisite dials of notable chronometers made in Geneva, the dial is produced using white lacquer and highlights printed thin black Roman numerals. The lengthened hour, moment and seconds hands are blued and a careful date window with a white foundation is situated at 3 o’clock.

Chronometer-ensured movement

This Lac Léman model is fueled by the EC9312-COSC type, a programmed COSC-guaranteed development dependent on the ETA 2892. Exactness is ensured to – 4/+6 seconds out of every day and the development has a force save of 42 hours. A solid and notable development that will offer long periods of service.

The Lac Léman Classic Chronometer has a retail cost of CHF 1,600 (excl. tax). More subtleties at emilechouriet.ch.