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Cyrus

Above all, Cyrus sees itself as a non-conventional firm. With a very distinctive style and a number of patented functions, the Firm is committed to proving that fine watchmaking can be innovative by getting off the beaten track, without compromising quality in the slightest.

About

This watchmaking Firm is named after Cyrus the Great, the famous conqueror who lived over 2500 years ago – and who is considered to have been a pioneer in Human Rights.

Laurent and Julien Lecamp, the founders of Cyrus, are blood relatives: they are first cousins and grew up together. Their paths separated when the time came for their studies: Laurent joined a business school, while Julien became an architect and designer.

Despite this parting of the ways, they shared the same entrepreneurial vision and above all the same passion for watchmaking. In 2010, their paths met again when they decided to unite their skills to found Cyrus – aided by a Swiss investor and Jean-François Mojon, a watchmaker and developer who had gained a reputation as the inventor of some of the best grand complications in contemporary watchmaking.

Julien Lecamp looks after design, while his cousin Laurent is in charge of managing the Frim.

After three years of preparation, in 2001 Cyrus presented its first collections – and that same year, won the ‘Best independent brand' prize at the Watchmakers' Night of Monaco.

2010
Cyrus founded.
2011
Presentation of the Kuros and Klepcys collections.
2011
Cyrus is chosen as “best independent brand” at the Watchmakers' Night of Monaco.
2012
Presentation of the Klepcys Mars.
2012
Freddy Nock, the extreme tightrope walker, becomes a Cyrus ambassador.
Philosophy

Above all, Cyrus sees itself as a non-conventional firm. With a very distinctive style and a number of patented functions, the Firm is committed to proving that fine watchmaking can be innovative by getting off the beaten track, without compromising quality in the slightest.

Cyrus is a personal project and passion, the work of a creative family twosome that has brought its distinctive touch to the design codes and techniques of watchmaking.

At the same time, the Firm is actively involved in philanthropy, contributing to a number of charitable causes.

Collections

Klepcys

This 48 mm avant-garde timepiece displays the time using disks and features a retrograde date display and 3D representation of the moon, embodying Cyrus' contemporary, resolute style.

Kuros

This chronograph collection with its rectangular case comes in both limited-edition and series versions, featuring a distinctive masculine and contemporary look, along with marked contrasts.

Watches

  • Business

    Cyrus Cyrus forges ahead

    The Geneva watchmaker is preparing to conquer the French market. 2016 marked the brand’s return to growth; 2017 will be about ensuring that growth is sustainable.

    5 May 2017

  • Trends and style

    Cyrus Klepcys Chronograph

    Launched in the first year of the second decade of the third millennium, Cyrus delights collectors of watches with a powerful personality.

    26 March 2017