By Gary Girdvainis

Louis Moinet’s Time to Race mono-pusher chronograph is not actually a limited edition, but rather a series of 299 unique pieces. Collectors will pick from the three racing liveries (Rosso Corsa, Racing Green or French blue) then pick a single- or double-digit numeral; their “lucky number.”

The three color options of
Louis Moinet’s Time to Race mono-pusher chronograph.

Once assembled into the 40.7mm titanium cases, each example will be the one and only combination of that color and numeral.

That number is painted in black on a white background with a glossy polished finish, and surrounded by a metal ring reminiscent of the bores used in racing cars.

Each dial reveals a beautifully finished chronograph mechanism with a highly domed crystal emphasizing the components.

This new style direction from Louis Moinet is a chronograph showing a modern flair with design roots inspired by the world’s first chronograph, which was produced by Louis Moinet in 1816.

The Louis Moinet Time To Race features an automatic winding, column-wheel chronograph movement in a display that clearly emphasizes the chronograph as the prominent feature for this watch. Price: $36,000.


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