Laurent Ferrier celebrates its 10th commemoration with the arrival of the Classic Origin Opaline, a classical 40 mm round timepiece that keeps up similar smooth bending lines of the 2010 debut model however that is housed in a Grade 5 titanium case to add a sporty touch to the outfit.
With this model, Laurent Ferrier utilizes Grade 5 titanium interestingly. This material is broadly utilized in both the clinical field and the aviation business for its softness and protection from pungent air and erosion just as for being hypoallergenic.
The watch is equipped with the Maison’s famous ‘Ball-shaped’ crown, an effortless detail as well as practical for simple change. Water impervious to 30 meters/100 feet, the case has a thickness of 10.70 mm.
The shimmering white opaline dial is unequivocally portrayed by hour and moment hands shaped like the Assegai weapon utilized by the Zulu. The record dim dial’s hour track is set apart with burgundy-hued numerals offering great intelligibility. A little snailed seconds display, highlighting a mallet shaped hand is situated over 6 o’clock. Every one of the three hands are framed of 18-carat white gold.
The hand-wound Caliber LF 116.01 and its beautiful completions are obvious through the sapphire gem case back.
Beating at a recurrence of 3 Hz (21,600 vibrations per hour) and offering a self-rule of 80 hours, the development is equipped with a free-sprung balance and a Breguet overcoil for upgraded precision and improved isochronism.
The scaffolds are designed with a microblasted, dark rhodium finish and hand-polished edges. Each screwhead is reflect polished and the escapement connect is enhanced with a hand-made inside point.
Coordinated to a light earthy colored Barbialla calf cowhide strap with Alcantara lining got to the wrist by a titanium pin clasp, the Laurent Ferrier Classic Origin Opaline ref. LCF036.TI.G1G has a price of Swiss Francs 28,500 barring charges. laurentferrier.ch