Unveiled at Basel-world 2010, the Emile Chouriet Catch the Moon automatic timepiece houses the first complication that the Geneva watch brand has ever designed and manufactured in-house. It required two years to develop this astonishing model with its double time display – from 1 to 12 am and from 1 to 12 pm – on a sectional dial. Ten diamond stars shimmer on the black dial of this original composition under the benevolent gaze of the moon. The steel case of the watch houses the ETA 2834 caliber with exclusive Montres Chouriet module.
Automatic ETA 2834 with exclusive Montres Chouriet module
Hours, minutes, seconds and date
Sapphire crystal front and back
Water-resistant to 30 m
Black paved with 10 diamonds (0.07ct)
Date window at 6 o’clock
Black leather with folding clasp