This past weekend, at the Inorgenta Munich 2020 watch and jewelry trade show, Maurice Lacroix debuted a skeletonized chronograph version of their best-selling Aikon line, which we did an in-depth review of here.

The Aikon Chronograph Skeleton comes in a 44 mm x 15.10 mm stainless steel case with a fixed steel bezel with engraved graduations, locking pushers/crown, the signature angular Aikon case lines, and most notably features a skeletonized dial — with no indices and small seconds/30-minute chronograph counters that have been skeletonized — that afford a view of the chronograph movement that’s also had it’s blackened mainplate cut away. The dial itself is a sapphire disc with the minute and seconds track printed in black or silver on the top of it.

Maurice Lacroix Aikon Chronograph Skeleton

The Swiss-made movement is an outsourced design that’s been skeletonized and finished by Maurice Lacroix. Finishes include vertical Côtes de Geneve and rhodium and black gold DLC plating. The automatic caliber beats at 4Hz, has 25 jewels, and a 48-hour power reserve. 

An integrated black calfskin leather strap with white contrast stitching (with an easy-change system) comes with the watch and is secured with a folding stainless steel clasp. Water-resistance is 200 meters. (Ref. AI6098-SS001-090-1)

Retail is $6,900. Learn more at Maurice Lacroix.

Posted by:Jason Pitsch

Jason is the founder of Professional Watches and specializes in writing, product photography, and digital marketing.