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Nov 1

Maurice Lacroix Pontos Chronograph “Zurich Film Festival”

       Although a young member of the luxury watchmaking industry, Maurice Lacroix, is a notorious Swiss brand that started its existence during the 1960’s, in Zurich, and which, in just a few decades, grew into one of the most appreciated producers of high-end horological items, represented in over 60 countries over the globe.

       Headquartered in a place endowed with a rich horological culture, the Swiss Jura Mountains, Maurice Lacroix started to be associated, by the watch connoisseurs worldwide, with high-end impeccable finish and with sophisticated aesthetics, characterized by originality, distinction and timeless elegance.


       A privileged partner of the prestigious Zurich Film Festival, and the timekeeping sponsor of the international cultural event, Maurice Lacroix, created a superb limited edition of 36 timepieces, especially designed for the jury members and award-winners of the festival- the superb Maurice Lacroix Pontos Chronograph “Zurich Film Festival” Limited Edition.

       The model follows the same design pattern of the brand’s standard Maurice Lacroix Pontos Chronograph Watch Line. It features a sophisticated stainless steel case, measuring 43 mm in diameter, which emanates strength and masculinity and which demonstrates a nice combination of brushed and polished surfaces.


       The remarkable Maurice Lacroix Pontos Chronograph “Zurich Film Festival” Limited Edition features a stylish black dial, nicely completed with applied hour indices and baton-shaped hands, fitted with luminescent tips.

       The model ensures central hours, minutes and seconds function, a small date aperture, located at 6 o’clock position, and two chronograph counters for 12-hours and 30-minutes, located at 12, respectively 6 o’clock positions. as a particular design feature, we have to mention that the counters are nicely encircled by applied frames, and the upper sub-dial features white and yellow, personalizing highlights, as well as the “Zurich Film Festival” inscription.


       A remarkable commemorative model, the stylish Maurice Lacroix Pontos Chronograph “Zurich Film Festival” Limited Edition, embraces the wrist with a stylish black leather strap, and surely an impassionate watch-collector will be pleased to know that 10 of these amazing pieces will be available for the public, for an approximate price tag of $3,300.00.

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