The news-storm for the Only Watch 2015 closeout simply continues coming and is a long way from being done, as now Maurice Lacroix comes to join the gathering. As all of you know at this point, all returns will go to the Monaco Association Against Muscular Dystrophy to battle the repulsive Duchene infection. Maurice Lacroix offers a one of a kind blue adaptation of the Masterpiece Gravity which we audited broadly previously. The blue tone isn’t the only thing that separates it from the ordinary Gravity-assortment though.
Blue is a significant popular tone in watchmaking for the recent years now. We’ve seen an ever increasing number of contributions with bits of blue somehow. In pretty much these watches, the blued parts are restricted to the dials, subdials, lashes, and hands, and never stretches out to the outside. Maurice Lacroix currently offers an exceptional, extremely blue watch highlighting a protected material for the case called POWERLITE®. This protected compound is a combination of titanium, aluminum, magnesium, zirconium and fired which brings about an extremely light yet solid material combined with a surprising finish.
The dial side of the development is additionally not quite the same as the standard contributions in the Gravity assortment. The unbalanced dial for the hours and minutes is lacquered in blue, with rhodium plated markers and hands for a decent readability. The subdial for the seconds, situated somewhere in the range of 5 and 6 o’clock, is likewise blued and enhanced with a red hand. The fundamental extension of the development, on which the dial is mounted, is adorned with an exceptional “Unclear du Jura” theme. The in-house created silicium escapement is still plainly noticeable under the boxed sapphire crystal.
The in-house Caliber ML230 development is created by Maurice Lacroix, their 13th produce over the most recent 10 years of the brand’s presence. It utilizes a full silicium escapement, developed on the facade of the development which is a significant scene to see when wearing it. For the full specs of the watch and development we recommend you read the broad survey again.
The standard forms of the Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Gravity are restricted to 250 pieces each, yet this one is obviously a one of a kind piece. The caseback is engraved with “ONLY WATCH 2015 – PIECE UNIQUE 1/1” to give evidence of this on the off chance that anybody is ever dicey when your game this on your wrist.