2010 Baselworld Preview: Louis Erard 1931 Régulateur Réserve de Marche
February 3, 2010
Louis Erard will be introducing the 1931 Régulateur Réserve de Marche watch at Basel 2010. It is a hand wound power reserve regulator with a contemporary style. Available in a 42mm stainless or stainless with PVD treated case.
Almost 400 years after the appearance of the regulator in the field of chronometry, Louis Erard pays tribute to this veritable symbol of precision. For the occasion, it has introduced an exclusive complication thanks to a new module developed in partnership with Soprod. A world-first and exclusive to the brand! Offering both ancestral craftsmanship and modernity, Louis Erard has pulled off a master stroke in a spirit of haute horlogerie at affordable prices.
Hand-wound, ETA 7001 RE9 calibre with Power Reserve Regulator complication developed jointly by Louis Erard and Soprod SA
Hours, minutes, seconds and power reserve indicator
Satin-finished/polished steel or sand-blasted black PVD, 42 mm
Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Water-resistant to 50 m
Silvered or black
Hour-disk window at 12 o'clock, centre minute hand, seconds at 6 o'clock
Power reserve at 9 o'clock
Genuine leather or rubber with satin-finished steel or black PVD folding clasp
The prices range from $2,000-3,000.