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MONTECRISTO MOON

The mechanical hand-wound Lemania 1883 movement is a technical evolution of the mechanism chosen by the NASA for the watch worn by Neil Armstrong, the famous astronaut who first set foot on the moon.

Equipped with a mechanical hand-wound 17-jewel 12’’’ (twelve-ligne) movement, with an Incabloc shock-absorbing system on the balance wheel and endowed with an approximately 40-hour power reserve, this historic movement is considered to be a real mechanical gem, sought after by collectors and fans all over the world.

MONTECRISTO CARBON

Compared to the case of the Montecristo Classic, the design is renewed: the dimensions are smaller (from 44 to 41 mm in diameter), the lines are softer, the functionality is enhanced. The typical triple-bar lugs, which in the past editions were anchored, in Montecristo Moon form a single block with the case, greatly increasing the watch stability. Water resistance is guaranteed to 100 meters.

However, materials are the main innovative focus showcased in the Montecristo Carbon. For this exclusive special series, the engineers of the Italian School of Watchmaking (SIO) have opted for the exclusive LOCMAN full carbon material resulting from years of research.

It is worth recalling that LOCMAN, with the New Carbon model launched in 2003, was the world’s first watch company to produce a carbon fibre case.

Groupage Montecristo Carbon