Louis Erard Excellence Regulator

Louis Erard has truly gotten down to business with the regulator design, changing over it into a staple model in the Excellence assortment. A to some degree antiquated format initially utilized for ace clocks, the regulator show has been given another rent of life at Louis Erard in the hands of contemporary planners like Alain Silberstein and Eric Giroud and even with on-pattern angle dials . With its unique design, this 40mm Louis Erard Excellence Regulator plays with surfaces against a fresh white foundation with more classic subtleties like Roman numerals and blued hands.


Originally created during the 18th century as expert timekeepers to offer the most exact time readings accessible, the particular component of regulators was the partition of minutes, hours and seconds. The minutes turned into the genuine heroes of the dial read with an enormous range hand, while the hours and seconds were generally consigned to more modest sub-dials, with each of the three hands working off various mechanisms.

Clean, fresh format, satisfying symmetry

Louis Erard’s interpretation of the regulator adheres near the verifiable format with a huge blue focal minutes hand coming to the fringe minutes track and two sub-dials in the focal point of the dial: the main one for the hours and the lower one for the little seconds. This specific model additionally includes a force save pointer at 9 o’clock.

The foundation of the silver dial includes a stepped guilloché design composed of little capsules or jewels. The surface unobtrusively discovers the light adding profundity and interest to the dial of this Louis Erard Excellence Regulator. The hour and running seconds sub-dials are adjusted evenly and cover marginally to frame a rich figure eight. Like the fan-formed force save pointer, the focal figure eight is marginally recessed and set against a plain foundation for improved legibility.

Black printed Roman numerals, save no. VI, signify the hours while the little seconds are shown by a basic dark crosshair. Four separate blue hands demonstrate the hours, the minutes, the seconds and the force hold. The three hands for the time signs are situated on a vertical hub and isolated at equivalent distance to underscore the evenness of the dial. The force hold pointer at 9 o’clock is offset the brand name and the word Regulateur at 3 o’clock.

The 40mm cleaned tempered steel case is a moderately basic 3-section issue with straight hauls and a meager bezel, the last mentioned permitting a broad perspective on the dial.

Hand-wound movement

Although the caseback of the Louis Erard Excellence Regulator is fixed, the development underneath is a manual-winding ETA Peseux 7001 with an exclusive Louis Erard module on top. With its generally short force hold of 42 hours, you may well inquire as to why there is a force save marker on the dial. In any case, on a hand-wound watch, it makes sense.


Like a fresh white shirt that looks great with pretty much everything, the Excellence Regulator is an ideal day by day mixer for those of you who need something somewhat less regular that a classic three-hand watch. Combined with a suit or some pants, this handsome watch with its regulator design demonstrates that what’s old can be new again without looking old-fogeyish.


The Louis Erard Excellence regulator comes on a dark crocodile-style calf calfskin lash with a collapsing fasten. The retail cost is CHF 2,245. For more data and online orders, kindly counsel louiserard.com .