Louis Moinet, Master At Uniqueness, Unveils Memoris Scarab Wings Watch

Louis Moinet Memoris Scarab Wings Watch

On its recently revamped website, in the “tomorrow” section,  Swiss independent watch brand Louis Moinet writes: “A meteorite unique in the world has just landed in the Ateliers Louis Moinet, more than 150 years after its discovery. This extraterrestrial material will be the heroine of a one-of-a-kind creation telling a truly extraordinary story.” The thing is, if…

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Louis Moinet, Inventor of the Chronograph, Gets His Own Street, Unveils Ultravox Hour Strike Watch

Louis Moinet Ultravox Hour Striker designed by Eric Coudray and team.

It isn’t every day that a watch brand can boast that it has a street named after it, or its founder. However, on the 250th anniversary of the birth of Louis Moinet, the inventor of the chronograph, this Swiss independent brand has garnered its own street, named after the founder of the brand in Bourges, Switzeralnd. An unveiling…

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Rare Old Vatted Glenlivet 1862 Sealed Inside The Whiskey Watch by Louis Moinet, Wealth Solutions

The Louis Moinet Whiskey Watch features a tiny capsule of rare Vatted Glenlivet 1862 whiskey, visible at 3:00 on the dial.

This won’t be the first watch someone may rather drink than wear. This weekend at the Singapore Yacht Show, Wealth Solutions and Louis Moinet Swiss watch brand unveiled The Whiskey Watch – with tiny droplets of the oldest whiskey in the world tucked inside a miniature tube and placed beneath a crystal at 3:00 on…

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Up Close with the Louis Moinet Metropolis Watch (Review)

Louis Moinet Metropolis in steel retails for about CHF 10,900

In the development and planning of haute horology and the blue printing of architectural structures, many similarities can be found. Fundamental components such as space, interplay of lighting, materials, etc all come into play. With the development of the striking Louis Monet Metropolis watch (first seen at SIHH and now at Baselworld 2017), the master…

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Louis Moinet Named by Guinness World Records ™ for ‘First Chronograph’

Louis Moinet invented the chronograph in 1816.

  In a super exciting move, and following six months of thorough investigation of the brand and its claim as the inventor of the chronograph, Louis Moinet has been named the holder of the title of “First Chronograph” by the famed Guinness World Records organization that has been naming world records and firsts since 1955.…

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