The moon has a huge significance on our lives. It influences the tides and is a symbol of love and wisdom. Maurice Lacroix has always been synonymous with timepieces equipped with a moonphase and, therefore, it seems only fitting that it should combine this indication with another area of its expertise, namely, the retrograde. The combination of the two complications confers an undeniable uniqueness to this timepiece.
Delivered in a 43mm stainless steel case, the dial options include silver, black or blue. The silver hued dial evinces a classical character. Alternatively, modernity is conferred with the black and blue dial options which stylishly feature a Côtes de Genève motif or a vertically brushed effect. The ‘M’ logo and indexes encircling the dial are presented in either rhodium or blue, depending on the dial option selected. The hands are diamond-cut and colored to suit the choice of dial.
CASE - Ø 43 mm, stainless steel case, brushed and polished finishing - Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating - Water-resistant to 5 ATM
DIAL - Silver, black, blue - Clous de Paris and sandblasted (silver dial), vertical brushed (black dial) and Côtes de Genève finishing (blue dial) - Rhodium plated or blue logo and indexes - Silver powder or black printings
HANDS - Diamond-cut hour, minute and counter hands available in blue or rhodium plated
STRAP/BRACELET - Black genuine crocodile strap
BUCKLE - Stainless steel deployment buckle
MOVEMENT - AUTOMATIC MANUFACTURE MOVEMENT ML192
Functions: - Hours and minutes displayed via central hand - Retrograde calendar displayed via a hand at 10 o’clock - Power reserve indicated by a hand at 2 o’clock - Moon phase and day of the week at 6 o’clock - VIBRATION: 18 000 vibrations per hour, 2.5 Hz - POWER RESERVE: 52 hours - JEWELS: 59 - ADJUSTMENTS: 5 positions when fully wound and 2 positions after 24 hours - Decorations: Rhodium coated bridges, with “Côtes de Geneve“ in “Colimaçon“, sandblasted finishings with diamond cut edges on all bridges, rhodied skeleton rotor with “Côtes de Geneve“ in “Colimaçon“ finishing Go back to Maurice Lacroix