Monday, October 14, 2019

Don't Call It A Comeback! Alain Silberstein Returns with Louis Erard!

There are a few people in the watch business who are truly missed when they leave or take a break.  One of them is Alain Silberstein.
Courtesy of Louis Erard
Regardless of whether you're into old school divers, gold 2 handers or G-Shocks, it is likely that at one time or another, you have clapped eyes on a Silberstein watch and felt something pull you in.
Courtesy of Louis Erard
Well, if you missed out back in the day, and your a little less than certain about buying pre-owned?  Well here's your chance!

This is the Louis Erard x Alain Silberstein -

Movement Manual winding regulator with power reserve, ETA Peseux 7001 movement with Louis Erard RE9 complication, 10½’’’, Ø23.30 mm (Ø26.00 mm with module), height: 2.5 mm (4.7 mm with module), 17 jewels, 21,600 VpH (3Hz). Around 42 hours of power reserve. Top grade movement, Côtes de Genève decoration, blue screws and Louis Erard engraving

Functions HMS + power reserve
Hour hand on counter at 12 o’clock, central minute hand, seconds hand on counter at 6 o’clock, power reserve hand at 9 o’clock.

Stainless steel or stainless steel + black PVD, Ø40 mm, 3 parts, sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides, case back with screws, top grade movement visible through the transparent case back, water-resistant up to a pressure of 5 bars (50 m/165 ft). Specially-decorated case back crystal: Alain Silberstein X Louis Erard 1 of 178.

Black and white matte or opaline (matte silver)

Signature hands designed by Alain Silberstein. Red lacquered hour hand, yellow or blue lacquered minute hand, blue or yellow lacquered seconds hand, white or grey lacquered power reserve hand.

Black calf leather with signature stitching in red or brown calf leather with signature stitching in blue, pin buckle in stainless steel or stainless steel + black PVD.

Collaboration Watches developed in collaboration with Alain Silberstein in two limited editions of 178 pieces.

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