Maurice Lacroix Aikon Chronograph x Fine Watch Club

The Maurice Lacroix Aikon is quite possibly the best assortments of the Saigne-Légier-based producer . This open interpretation of the well known steel extravagance sports watch mirrors the brand’s methodology to offer a superb watch cost to-esteem proportion. New in the assortment and along with the Fine Watch Club (FWC), Maurice Lacroix has simply released a restricted version Aikon Chronograph. Overview.

For this exceptional event, Maurice Lacroix has made a one of a kind shading combination blending a decorated anthracite dial with differentiating white chronograph enrolls and blued hands. Introduced in steel, the powerful 44mm case stands apart with its rakish plan, its unique six-hook bezel and pronounced cleaned and silk completed surfaces. The screwed push-pieces give water-obstruction up to 200 metres.

Turning the watch over, the display caseback is gotten by 7 screws and it is customized for the FWC with a gold-shaded moved logo on the gem. It offers an unobstructed view on the type ML112, a programmed development dependent on the solid Valjoux chronograph. The development finish is customary with Geneva stripes on the rotor and extensions. Running at 4Hz, its force save is of 48 hours. Other than the chronograph work, it shows the hours, minutes, seconds and a day-date indication.

The Maurice Lacroix Aikon Chronograph FWC is conveyed both with a steel wristband and a calfskin lash with carbon fiber printing and blue sewing. These are fitted with the brand’s smart and simple to-utilize compatibility framework. One of the simplest available, the instrument permits you to change your lash and the character of your watch right away – with no apparatus required.

This unique anthracite form of the Maurice Lacroix Aikon Chronograph is a restricted version of only 24 pieces. Cost is set at CHF 3,065 (excl. charges), which addresses, as usual, a ton of a watch for the cash. For additional about this watch, visit and .