Crafted from steel, this new, invigorated interpretation of the Aikon is 43mm in distance across yet remains rather thin at 11.60mm. The facetted case includes a unidirectional pivoting bezel with the Aikon assortment’s unmistakable six hooks and a begat edge profile for better hold. The earthenware trim has jumping graduations with hashed minutes outlined (for the initial 20 minutes) and the zero marker is glowing. The water-obstruction has been expanded to 300m or 30 ATM.
The designed dial of the Aikon has been supplanted by a sunray-brushed blue or dark dial and the new Aikon Venturer highlights rotating round or rectangular hour markers. These are matched with rod style hands. The utilization of glowing material guarantees ideal neatness in any circumstance. In general, the dial is more differentiated, with bigger records and hands and in this way gives better intelligibility at day or at night.
Inside the Maurice Lacroix Aikon Venturer is the automatic ML115 type dependent on the practical and solid Sellita SW 200-1. Working at 28,800 vibrations each hour or 4Hz, it conveys 38 hours of force hold. Not at all like the automatic Aikon, the watch caseback is shut (for ideal water-obstruction) and engraved with the vagues du Jura (Jura waves) theme encompassing the brand’s M logo.
The Maurice Lacroix Aikon Venturer comes on a coordinated elastic lash got with a steel collapsing clasp or on a five-line tempered steel wristband with a butterfly fasten. The elastic tie includes a scaled help and is embellished with the brand’s M logo. Similarly as with other Aikon watches, the ties and wristbands would all be able to be traded done in short order, with no device required.
The Maurice Lacroix Aikon Venturer targets offering a combination of usefulness and style to accompany you on submerged and regular undertakings. It retails at CHF 1,850 on elastic and CHF 1,990 on a steel arm band. More data can be found on www.mauricelacroix.com .