The Louis Moinet Sideralis Inverted Double Tourbillon is an interstellar beauty

A cosmos-politan complication

In the cool glimmer of the hand-painted dial, the cosmos unveils itself as a universe of planets, meteors, stars, nebulae, constellations and galaxies; an extraterrestial landscape of beauty that somehow epitomises the new Louis Moinet Sideralis Inverted Double Tourbillon.

Anchored by the inverted double tourbillons rotating in opposite directions to power up the Sideralis complication, this combination of dual-tourbillons-single-complication is a world’s first. The Sideral complication rotates successively between the Moon, Mars and Mercury from our terrestial vantage point of Earth, surrounded by the glorious aventurine dial. Enclosed within a 47.4mm case crafted of 18-carat grey gold, the Louis Moinet Sideralis Inverted Double Tourbillon is water resistant up to 30m. Movement is provided by the in-house calibre LM46, with 36 jewels, 21,600vph, double sapphires and a power reserve of 72 hours. Only 28 examples of the timepiece will be produced.

Louis Moinet Sideralis Inverted Double Tourbillon

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Published September 11, 2016
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