2LMX Introduces its Debut 2LMX Watch

Nov 03, 2011
Arnaud Tellier, the former head of the Geneva Patek Philippe museum, has set up a new horological company 2LMX. The brands first creation is the appealing 2LMX watch.

The new 2LMX watch is instantly identifiable due to its split dial, telling the time in a 24-hour format. Another distinctive feature is represented by a vertically mounted tourbillon. To a considerable extent, this design is an achievement of Jean-Francois Ruchonnet.

The dial is embraced by a highly exposed case with the dimension of 41mm x 50mm: diameter and height indicated respectively. The new 2LMX 2LMX watch is crafted from titanium, platinum, white gold or pink gold. The case is assembled with sapphire crystal windows.

These glasses enable the user to admire the fascinating workings of a hand-wound movement. To indicate time digitally it utilizes four drums: two of them have drums within the drums. The caliber is also endowed with a slick constant force system, required for changing the drums around without losing amplitude.

The movement beats to the rhythm of 18,000 vibrations per hour. Integrated within the caliber are also two barrels, axially positioned in the center. They ensure a respectable power reserve of 120 hours.

The new 2LMX watch is coupled with a black or white rubber strap. It can be also mounted on an alligator leather strap.

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