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Maurice Lacroix - Aikon Automatic, the bronze age

Maurice Lacroix Aikon Automatic, the bronze age

Maurice Lacroix launches a new Aikon Automatic limited to 500 pieces worldwide.

Maurice Lacroix expands its Aikon Automatic range. Featuring an automatic mechanical movement, this model offers a new chromatic signature with its blue dial and bronze case. Maurice Lacroix is extending its flagship range with the use of bronze. The new case made of this metal, which acquires a patina over time, creates a watch that is exclusive and original. 

Impactful design 

The Aikon collection is the descendant of the Calypso. This benchmark model—the brand’s best-selling model of the 1990s—already incorporated the Aikon's main distinctive features: an integrated water-resistant case and a flat sapphire crystal encircled by the six-arm bezel. 

With its dynamic angles and pronounced polished and satin-finished surfaces, the Aikon Automatic Bronze has a real presence on the wrist. The energetic curves and play of colors communicate the modern, masculine dimension that Maurice Lacroix’s design imparted to this model with its 42 mm diameter. Its satin-finished edges are polished, as are its six signature Aikon arms on the bezel. 

A wealth of finishes 

The blue dial of the Aikon Automatic Bronze features a motif in relief. It is entirely decorated with small, regular squares. The applied hour markers that circle the dial are plated in pink gold and are supplemented with Arabic numerals at 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock. 

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The Aikon Automatic presents a diameter of 42 mm. Water-resistant to 200 m, its steel case is a perfect match for its blue calfskin topstitched strap. It is closed by means of a butterfly clasp, in steel for the parts that are in contact with the skin, and in bronze for the parts that are visible.

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Based in the Jura region of Switzerland, Maurice Lacroix has been producing fine Swiss timepieces for over 40 years and has developed 14 in-house movements over the past ten years.

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