Meet Louis Erard 1931 Regulator Power Reserve Watch

Apr 17, 2010
By launching its novel 1931 Regulator Power Reserve watch, the horological company Louis Erard has offered a worthy homage to the ultra-precise regulator mechanism, which was introduced into the field of chronometry almost 400 years ago.

As its name suggests, the chief attribute of the company’s new brainchild is an exclusive Power Reserve Regulator complication. A collaborative project between Louis Erard and Soprod SA, this new module is integrated into a manually-wound movement - ETA 7001 RE9 calibre.

The functionality of this mechanism includes hours, minutes, seconds and a power reserve indication.

The appealing product from Louis Erard has adopted a 42 mm case, crafted from satin-finished/polished steel or sand-blasted black PVD. On the front side it is shielded by the glare-proofed sapphire crystal. The manufacture’s esteemed specialists have equipped the timepiece with a transparent back. The water-resistance of the case is down to 50 meters.

The discrete, yet extremely attractive dial is featured in two versions: silvered or black. The display exposes an hour-disk window positioned at 12 o’clock and a seconds counter located at 6 o’clock. They are joined by the center minute hand. The power reserve indicator sits at 9 o’clock.

Fitting the remarkable Louis Erard 1931 Regulator Power Reserve watch is a genuine leather or rubber strap enhanced with a satin-finished steel or a black PVD-coated folding clasp. A subtle meeting of old traditions and modern elements, the new Louis Erard watch will be a sure hit with watch enthusiasts looking for unrivalled performance and ultimate elegance.

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