Louis Moinet’s TwinTech timepiece inspired by 1848 edition

Lately, almost all timepieces were starting to look the same to me with their diamond-studded dials and 18k rose gold cases. But here is one timepiece that manages to outshine these diamond-studded watches. Louis Monet’s TwinTech timepiece with its manufacture-made movement that has been developed based on sketches of a twin-barrel watch published by Louis Moinet in 1848 is a class apart. The exceptional rectangular case and the semi-openworked balance ooze originality and uniqueness. The dial is decorated with “Côtes du Jura” and six applied zones featuring Louis Moinet’s original work designs. The hands are rhodium-plated, coated with Superluminova and linden-tree color, and the barrels decorated with Louis Moinet symbols. The timepiece boasts of an advanced twin-barrel technology that provides a 120-hour power reserve. The case is made from 316L polished stainless steel, and each caseback is engraved with an individual number and Louis Moinet markings. The dial is available in silver, charcoal, or old rose. Simply stunning, this timepiece is a must-buy for all.

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