The world-renowned watchmaker Louis Erard has proudly introduced its captivating 1931 Open Tonneau Moon Phase watch.
As the name of the new Louis Erard watch suggests, its hallmark feature is represented by the skeletonized moon phase complication. The open-worked guilloche dial opens to view an exclusive mechanism, which brings to life the day, month and moon phase discs. The gear-trains, meanwhile, remind of the film Modern Times, another piece of art that achieves a marvelous marriage of retro and modernity.
Always in quest of excellence, Louis Erard has opted for a stainless steel case. The brand’s highly qualified specialists have equipped their new product with a curved sapphire crystal and an extremely elegant case-back.
Outfitted with a transparent tonneau-shaped glass, the back side of the watch exposes a self-winding mechanical movement - ETA 2824 calibre, which incorporates Dubois Depraz 9000 module. The lucky wearer of the watch can also admire the exquisite Cotes de Geneve embellishment.
The movement serves to animate the functions of indicating hours, minutes and seconds, complimented by those of day, date, month and moon phase.
The open-worked dial, presented in silver or black, is completed with silvered indexes. Pointing to hours, minutes, seconds and date are the centered hands. The dial also reveals the day display at 10 o’clock, the month indicator at 2 o’clock, as well as the moon phase counter, nestled at 6 o’clock.
The final touch is provided by a chocolate or black genuine leather strap, closed with a steel folding clasp. The water-resistance of the new Louis Erard watch is down to 50 meters.
Both traditional and trendy, the Louis Erard 1931 Open Tonneau Moon Phase watch successfully unites the past and present. It will definitely thrill the audience with preference for impeccable functionality and exclusive design.