Jules Verne Instrument III
Louis Moinet takes us 20,000 leagues under the sea with the Jules Verne Instrument III, a timepiece that sends us off on a voyage with Captain Nemo. Inventive, technological and original all describe this chronograph. Inventive for the subaquatic-style monopusher and an astonishing function indicator (patent pending) inspired by chadburn ships' telegraphs. Technological because of its high-precision mechanism featuring ceramic ball bearings that ensure more efficient winding. Original with its black dial finished with "Côtes du Jura" guilloché, and a gold and titanium case with more than a hint at Nemo's Nautilus submarine. The monopusher at 2 o'clock also rates high in the originality stakes. A journey into time that fans of Louis Moinet will not want to miss! Proposed as a 365-piece limited series.
Automatic, calibre LM30, 13¼ lines, 27 jewels, 28,800 vib/h, 48-hour power reserve; "Côtes du Jura" motif, blackened finish, blued steel screws, rotor mounted on ceramic ball bearings
Hours, minutes, seconds, date, chronograph and "Start-Stop-Reset" indicator
18k pink gold and grade 5 titanium with black PVD treatment, 45.50 mm Bezel with 6 hex screws Two sapphire crystals with anti-reflective coating on both sides Individual number and Louis Moinet markings engraved on the back Water-resistant to 100 m / 10 ATM
Black with "Côtes du Jura" motif Luminescent hands and hourmarkers (blue and white) Small seconds at 9 o'clock 30-minute counter at 3 o'clock and central 60-seconds chronograph "Start-Stop-Reset" indicator at half past 4, operated by the monopusher Date window at 7 o'clock
Rubber with folding clasp in grade 5 titanium and stainless steel