Louis Moinet

Louis Moinet Vertalis Tourbillon
The timepiece has been inspired by the historically important inventions of Louis Moinet, and, in particular, by some of the drawings published in the watchmaker's renowned horological encyclopedia - 1848 Traite d'Horlogerie.The exclusive hand-wound Vertalis tourbillon movement, decorated with 'Cotes du Jura' engraving and blued steel screws, beats at 21,600 vibrations per hour. read more

Louis Moinet Astralis Watch - Nothing But Amazing
The Louis Moinet Astralis watch is an innovative timepiece characterized by the top level of technical sophistication. The watch boasts a one-of-a-kind union of complications: an astral Tourbillon, a split-second column-wheel Chronograph, a 24-hour Planetarium that features four extremely rare meteorites.

The Astralis watch will be available in a limited number of just 12 pieces.

The 46.50mm case of the new Louis Moinet watch is rendered in warm 18K rose gold, demonstrating polished finishing. The highly sophisticated case construction is assembled from 50 different parts. It incorporates an innovative interchangeable crown tube system. The timepiece is 50-meter water-resistant.
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Louis Moinet Tempograph - All-New Technology
Louis Moinet introduces a unique timepiece named Tempograph. The watch demonstrates a one-of-a-kind retrograde seconds mechanism, constantly on the move.

The timepiece reveals an impressive cam mechanism that can be admired in action.

The Tempograph is equipped with an exclusive self-winding movement beating at 28,800 vibrations per hour.

The black or silver dial of the Louis Moinet watch shows Cotes-du-Jura decoration. The case of the timepiece is sculptured in titanium and steel, rose gold, titanium and steel, or deep rose gold and medium rose gold. read more

Louis Moinet Tempograph - Wonder of Innovative Technology
Louis Moinet Tempograph has incorporated an absolutely unique and innovative technology. The watch is equipped with the retrograde seconds mechanism that is constantly on the move. It provides a non-stop visual delight, enhanced by the regular ballet of a hand marking off the time in ten-second segments alternating with an instant retrograding motion.

The spectacular cam mechanism is visible so as to allow the wearer to see it in action. The cam is fitted on a plate designed specifically to feature its operation in the best possible way. It is composed of six teeth and rotates once per minute. It releases a titanium lever displaying a ten-second measurement with help of a blued steel hand. read more

Louis Moinet Time Explorator Jurassic Tourbillon Watch with True Dinosaur Bones
Louis Moinet, famous for its watches incorporating space rocks and rare and old rocks, is extremely pleased to unveil its new timepiece dubbed the Jurassic Tourbillon. The watch, to be a part of the brand's Time Explorator collection, boasts the dial containing fragments of real fossilized dinosaur bones.

Found to be absolutely exceptional by experts, the color and veining of the dinosaur bones were subjected to a meticulous preservation process.

The Louis Moinet Jurassic Tourbillon watch, designed to take its owner on a journey into the past, about 130 million years ago, will be limited to 12 pieces.
The tourbillon cage presented at 6 o'clock performs one revolution per minute. The power reserve indicator is found on a pierced barrel at 12 o'clock.
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Louis Moinet Timekeeping Values
The Ateliers Louis Moinet brand is established in Auvernier in the Swiss Jura Mountains. The independent company is managed by Jean-Marie Schaller and Micaela Bartolucci. It manufactures personalized watches in Limited Editions and unique mechanical timepieces. Louis Moinet watches reflect four principles: a unique spirit of creation; design; watchmaking and exclusivity.

The Variograph is a fine reflection of the Louis Moinet's creative vision of traditional horology. Stainless steel tonneau-shaped case houses an automatic chronograph movement. The watch displays hour, minute, 60-second and 30-minute counters, day, month and date indications.

The zest of the watch is Full Moon indicator and stylized world map spinning on its axis every 24 hours.  read more

Sophisticated Variograph from Louis Moinet
The Variograph is a remarkable watch from Louis Moinet. The sophisticated timepiece is equipped with an automatic chronograph movement. The watch has incorporated two innovations, a full moon indicator providing the precise indication of the full moon day. The second innovation is the World Map found at 9 o'clock and spinning once on its axis every 24 hours. The ring surrounding the map allows to read the time around the world according to Greenwich Mean Time. The watch also features 60-second, 30-minute chronograph counters and day, month and date indicators. The Variograph is available in a choice of three dial colors - charcoal, old rose and silver, each in a limited edition of 60 pieces. read more

Louis Moinet Geograph Rainforest Watch - Saving of Malaysian Tropical Forest
Louis Moinet has proudly released its new Geograph Rainforest watch, created specially for the Malaysian king. The model was presented to his Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin within the course of the Baselworld 2011.

The new Louis Moinet watch is offered in a limited edition of 120 pieces. A substantial part of the proceeds raised from selling these timepieces will be donated the “Pulau Banding Foundation”. Its goal is to preserve the Malaysian tropical forest of Belum-Temengor - one of the oldest in the world.

The novelty is available in a 45.50 mm case, crafted from 5N 18-carat rose gold and 316L stainless steel. It boasts polished and matt finishes. The case carries an elegant bezel secured with six screws. The model is equipped with the interchangeable crown tube system. At 2 and 4 o’clock the user can see the “champagne-cork” style chronograph pushers, embellished with the atlas motif.
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Louis Moinet Geograph Watch - Inspired by World of Exploration
With the presentation of the new Geograph chronograph watch, the house of Louis Moinet supports its reputation of offering the best.

Inspired by the activity of the famous adventurer James Cook and the Montgolfier brothers, the pioneers in human flight, the new Louis Moinet watch successfully brings together superior craftsmanship and the mesmerizing world of exploration.

The model is embodied in a matt and polished 316L stainless steel case, which has a diameter of 45.5 mm. It features a top double sapphire crystal, with double glare-proofed treatment. The case is also equipped with a numbered and engraved screw-down back. The timepiece is 50-meter water-resistant.
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Last King of Egypt Wears Louis Moinet Spiroscope
The history of Louis Moinet has been highlighted by the development of outstanding horological masterpieces that were owned by important historical personalities, with Napoleon Bonaparte, Czar Alexander I, and American Presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe found on the list.

Nowadays, the list of celebrities fascinated by Louis Moinet watches is enlarged by two more prestigious customers - His Majesty King Fouad Farouk, the last King of Egypt and His Majesty the Sultan of Malaysia. The last King of Egypt stopped his choice at a Spiroscope watch, while the Sultan of Malaysia acquired a Jules Verne chronograph watch.

The Louis Moinet Spiroscope watch enchants the eye by its supreme elegance and sophistication of a hand-crafted dial that allows to drop a glance at the heart of the exclusive mechanical self-winding movement beating inside. The mechanism, LM04 Caliber, incorporates a 360-degree shaped rotor and is provided with a ruthenium-coated protective shield. The 25-jewel movement is beating at the frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and gives an advantage of a 42-hour power-reserve.
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Louis Moinet Unveils Unique Meteoris Set
Jean-Marie Schaller, the founder of the watch brand Louis Moinet, proudly introduced its first object d’art. The glorious presentation took place in the course of the Geneva Time Exhibition, which started on Sunday, January 17th.

The new work of art created by the illustrious company demonstrates a set of four tourbillons built into the base. Bestowed with the evocative name of Meteoris, the planetarium set brings together several kinds of meteorites and exposes the entire solar system.

It is the artist Jean-Yves Kervevan who utilized hand-made resins and varnishes and succeeded in depicting all nine planets, along with the earth’s moon, as they orbit the sun. This is a genuine breakthrough, since most planetariums usually reveal quite a restricted number of planets.

Located underneath the depiction of the planets, the circular navy blue scale serves to show each of the planets’ positions with regard to the zodiac it passes through. read more

Louis Moinet Presents Nelson Piquet Chronograph Watch
Louis Moinet introduces its new Nelson Piquet Chronograph watch. The novelty represents a sporty-styled, two-pusher automatic chronograph. It is devoted to the legendary racing driver Nelson Piquet, a three-time Formula One world champion.

The new Louis Moinet watch demonstrates a number of racing-inspired characteristics:

  • a driver-friendly rubber strap,

  • top-visibility hands,

  • a tachymeter scale featured on the bezel rendered in high-tech steel and carbon fibre,

  • chronograph pushers with carbon fibre insets and embellished with chequered flag motif,

  • engravings on the tinted sapphire crystal case-back evoking Nelson Piquet in his prime.

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