Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Gravity Blue

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Maurice Lacroix revealed a sneak peek at Baselworld 2017 but recently they announced the full release of the breath taking Masterpiece Gravity Blue Watch. If you remember back to Baselworld 2014 when the Masterpiece Gravity originally launched you will remember that it was the first of its kind to feature an assortment made entirely out of sillicium. Since 1975, Maurice Lacroix has continued to innovate with new technologies, processes, and designs, harnessing the heart of Swiss Craftsmanship.

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This year, Maurice Lacroix are proud to introduce their new to 2017 modern take on the Masterpiece Gravity with this new iteration. Their new model now sports a blue lacquered display, partnered with rhodium-plated hands for the hour and minute markers. The main plate of the movement is adorned with ‘Vagues du Jura’ motif and wonderfully enhances the beauty of this watchmaking masterpiece. The model was available to view and wear at Baselworld 2017 and comes with a price tag of £8500Maurice Lacroix Watches

Technical Specification & Additional Details

CASE
Ø 43 mm stainless steel case, satin and polished
“Box” sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both sides Screwed case back with wide sapphire crystal
Water-resistant to 5 atm
DIAL
Blue lacquered with rhodied indexes and logo, rhodied minutery.
HANDS
Rhodied hours, minutes hands Red varnished seconds‘ hand
STRAP
Genuine blue crocodile-skin strap
BUCKLE
Stainless steel folding clasp with push buttons Satin and polished finishing
MOVEMENT
AUTOMATIC CALIBRE ML230 ASSORTMENT AND OSCILLATOR ML10 Functions:
– Hours, minutes by off-centered hands at 2 o’clock
– Small second by off-centered hand at 4 o’clock
– Visible ML assortment and oscillator between 6 and 8 o’clock
VIBRATION: 18 000 alt/h, 2.5 Hz
POWER RESERVE: 50 hours
JEWELS: 35
ADJUSTMENTS: 5 positions when fully wound and 2 positions after 24 hours
DECORATIONS:
Rhodium bridges with diamond cut edges.
“Vagues du Jura” unique decoration on movement’s main bridge, sandblasted and brushed finishings on the other parts of the movement

Author: Aaron Davis

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