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Maurice Lacroix - Pontos Chronograph

Maurice Lacroix Pontos Chronograph

Maurice Lacroix unveils a new range of straps for its Pontos Chronograph.

The name Pontos has always been a byword for style. Over the last 20 years, Pontos has subtly evolved, continuously improved and become an emblematic model for Maurice Lacroix.
A key aspect of the Pontos collection is the design characteristics shared with each model, including since 2016 an enhanced case design delivering improved aesthetics, feel and wearer comfort. The curving lugs feature a stepped profile adding to the allure of the case. The crown protectors fuse with the caseband more harmoniously, extending outwards to the sunbrushed sides of the lugs. The finish of each element has been upgraded in 2016, with an increased interplay of polished and brushed surfaces.


Chronographe Pontos

Pontos Chronograph © Maurice Lacroix

The Pontos Chronograph comes in a stainless-steel case, measuring 43mm in diameter and water resistant to 100m. Two large chronograph registers are positioned at 6 o’clock and noon, while the small seconds display resides at 9 o’clock and the date display at 6 o'clock.

The functions of the timepiece are powered by an automatic mechanical movement, delivering precision and reliability while harnessing fine Swiss craftsmanship. Beating at 28'800 alt/h, it offers a 46-hour power reserve.
 
The brown-orange Top-Leather strap is the ideal accompaniment to the Pontos Chronograph. This strap features vegetable tanning and aniline dying. The result is a vibrant brown-orange hue, featuring a gentle grain and a subtly shining surface. The watch can also be fitted witha a Nato calf leather strap or a stainless steel milanaise bracelet.

The brand

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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