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Louis Moinet - Mogador

Louis Moinet Mogador

This artistic watch houses the LM-35 movement winner of the latest International Chronometry Competition.

“The idea behind Mogador is to combine the energy and harmony of our new brand colours – Moinet blue and Polar silver”, explains Jean-Marie Schaller, CEO of Ateliers Louis Moinet. Its elegant, structured, dial which boasts avant-garde colours, illuminated by its concentric Clous de Paris pattern includes a technical touch: a view of the tourbillon’s rotating cage. Inside, the balance spring, anchor, and anchor wheel perform a full rotation every minute. For this Caliber LM35 to carry off the first prize at the International Chronometry Competition, it had to pass four months’ worth of tests – and sustain no fewer than 150 impacts.

Mogador

Mogador © Louis Moinet

The Mogador case, 45.40 millimetres in diameter, is made from polished, satin-effect grade 5 titanium throughout. The lightness of the piece – which weighs in at just 33 grammes – underscores its purity. Innovative technical solutions were developed to create an entirely new outline for the watch. Everything is arranged around two stylised, openwork bridges. These span the watch, securing the strap at the end of each of their lugs. They also encompass the movement’s flamboyant Moinet blue case – a further contribution to Mogador's harmony and brightness. The six-screw bezel – a Louis Moinet hallmark – adds a final, distinctive note to the piece. 

Mogador

© Louis Moinet

The alligator strap comes with a folding clasp, emblazoned with Louis Moinet’s characteristic Fleur de Lys symbol. 

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