Memoris Spirit – Alaska BlueReference# LM-84.20.20
Availability: see the Memoris Spirit at Cellini Jewelers, 430 Park Avenue, NYC
- Limited Edition: Memoris Spirit in titanium - 60 pieces
- Case: titanium
- Size: 40.7 mm
- Movement: Louis Moinet LM84, self winding
- Function: Hours, Minutes, Seconds, 60-second & 30-minute chronograph counters
- Power Reserve: approximately 48 hours
- Water Resistance: 50 m
- Dial: Alaska Blue
- Caseback: sapphire crystal
- Strap/Bracelet: Louisiana alligator leather, Alligator lining, Preformed wristband; Triple-blade folding clasp, Curved "Fleur de Lys"
The care devoted to the aerodynamic treatment of the MEMORIS SPIRIT lines began with the integration of a new, more fluid crown support. The sides feature an updated look notably including open worked lugs featuring a subtly satin-brushed curve on top that accentuates the smooth integration of the strap.
The convex two-part dial with its legible markings features a sunburst chronograph plate lighting up the chronograph mechanism, while the glare proofed sapphire crystals are domed on either side so to as to slim down the silhouette and guarantee optimal ergonomics.
The case is made of grade 5 titanium, which is extremely light on the wrist (only 18 grams). The strap is specially designed to be integrated into the case and to promote maximum comfort. The slender appearance is underlined by aerodynamic counters emerging from the mechanism.
Entirely in keeping with the Louis Moinet tradition, the new stylistic orientation is defined by its meticulous design. The design of this quintessentially contemporary chronograph is inspired by the world’s first chronograph produced by Louis Moinet in 1816, inventor of the chronograph and of high frequency (Guinness World Records™).
Of all horological complications, the chronograph is doubtless the most useful in the modern world. It also offers the most interaction with its wearer. MEMORIS SPIRIT considerably increases this pleasure, as the splendid magic of the chronograph is fully visible on the dial side. One gentle push on the single pusher and a unique choreography unfolds before your eyes. The different elements – levers, clutch, hammers, column wheel, springs and wheels – are set into motion and interact with the ultimate goal of activating the chronograph and measuring time.