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Louis Moinet Memoris Superlight Titanium Limited Edition

LM-79.20.15

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Full Specification

  • CollectionMechanical Wonders
    SeriesMemoris Superlight
    Model NoLM-79.20.15
  • Movement
    Features Chronograph, Small Seconds
    Movement Automatic
    Calibre LM79
    Case
    Case Size 46 mm
    Case Thickness 15.75 mm
    Case Shape Round
    Case Material Titanium
    Case Back See-through Case Back
    Lug Width 24 mm
    Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
    Dial
    Luminosity On Hands
    Dial Colour Skeleton
    Strap
    Strap Material Leather
    Strap Colour Brown
    Interchangeable Strap Yes
    Clasp Type Folding Clasp
    Other
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 50
    Limited Edition Yes
    Warranty Period 2 Years
    Country of Origin Switzerland

About the Louis Moinet Mechanical Wonders Collection

Mechanical Wonders

The Louis Moinet Mechanical Wonders collection celebrates the mechanical complexities of the watchmaking world. Equipped with timepieces that defy traditional watchmaking, these timeless watches are more than just timekeepers but a doorway to contemporary mechanical art. The Louis Moinet Mechanical Wonders collection weighs over the creativity, technicity, and exclusivity of the watchmaking process. Be it a complex exhibit dial or a hand-crafted engraving, the Louis Moinet Mechanical Wonders collection stores everything rare the horological world has to offer.

The Memoris

Louis Moinet crafted the world’s first chronograph in 1816. Being the world’s first brand to devise a complication that still beguiles the most, Louis Moinet had to play on the legacy factor. A simple chronograph, the Louis Moinet Memoris is equipped with two counters, one for minutes and the other for seconds. These two counters are located at the 3 and 6 o’clock markers with just a monopusher placed above the crown. Whereas, the crown is engraved with Louis Moinet’s logo. For the timekeeping duties, the sub-dial at the 6 o’clock marker handles it with Louis Moinet’s dewdrop hands and Roman numerals.

The Metropolis

Perfectly blended with urban aesthetics, the steampunk-inspired Metropolis offers a contemporary stance toward horology. Be it the satin-finished hour markers, or the ‘Gouettes de Rosée’ hands, the Metropolis exudes elegance with each and every component. Whereas, above the exposed section of the dial is the small seconds sub-dial. With a ring floating over the escapement, the small seconds dial at the 9 o’clock marker imparts a rather opulent approach to the Metropolis.

Derrick

To truly depict or capture the essence of the Louis Moinet Mechanical Wonders collection, one needs to dig into the automaton offered by the brand, Derrick. An automaton is a machine that performs functions according to a predetermined set of codes. The Derrick series is a perfect example of Louis Moinet’s cocktail of artistic brilliance and mechanical dexterity and an automaton. Derrick, a device used for extracting oil from the ground is encapsulated inside the dial. The derrick featured on the dial completes a cycle every 15 seconds. The derrick is powered by the movement of the watch and does not require an external power source.

The Tempograph & Geograph

Louis Moinet knows how to put on a show. With the Tempograph, the show is synchronised and well-tailored. The 20-second retrograde hand on the centre jumps back to the start every 20 seconds while the openwork dial gives a glimpse of the proprietary LM50 movement. The Tempograph is available in different case materials such as 316L stainless steel, 18kt white gold, and 18kt rose gold. On the other end of the spectrum is the Geograph. A chronograph to the core, the Geograph is equipped with a titanium case and the dial is decorated with a Côtes du Jura motif. The sub-dials are made with aventurine and these dials are controlled by two pushers placed above and below the crown.

The Other Wonders

The Louis Moinet Mechanical Wonders collection is equipped with timepieces such as the Astronef. Astronef is equipped with two ‘satellite tourbillons’ that rotate opposite each other. Recently added to the Mechanical Wonders is the ‘Time to Race’ series. For the first time, Louis Moinet has dedicated watches to automotive enthusiasts. The Time to Race series features a grade 5 titanium case, tachymeter, and a 60-second display at the 9 o’clock marker. Playing with the rare materials, the Wabar Tourbillon is equipped with a fragment from the Wabar meteorite. This is the first time a Wabar fragment has stepped outside the walls of a museum. The hunt for rarity does not end here, the T-Rex Tourbillon is fitted with the fossil of an actual T-Rex. Whereas, the Jurassic Tourbillon timepiece is equipped with a dial that is made from a Jurassic era dinosaur’s fossil.

Louis Moinet Memoris

ABOUT THE MOVEMENT

The Louis Moinet calibre LM79 is an automatic chronograph movement that powers the Memoris watches. It is produced in-house in collaboration with the movement manufacturer Concepto, and it consists of 311 parts, 30 jewels, and a column wheel mechanism with a horizontal clutch. The movement runs at 4Hz and can maintain a power reserve of 48 hours when fully wound. Since the movement is visible from both the front and the back, it features excellent finishing and decoration.

LM79

    • Brand Louis Moinet
    • Reference LM79
    • Movement Automatic
    • Display Analog
    • Power Reserve Approx. 48 hours
    • Jewels 30
    • Frequency 28000 bph

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