From November, Laco will present its “München” as an exclusive limited edition of only 30 pieces.
It will come in the Laco “Erbstück” look which translates as “heirloom.”
The design is once again inspired by the long history of the company, known for manufacturing the famous pilot and observation watches in the 1940s.
While the look is faithful to the legendary models, the technology and features are up to date.
Thanks to a special manual surface treatment specially developed and perfected by Laco, this model brings authentic vintage flair to the wrist.
From the case to the dial with hands to the leather strap – all components are “aged” by hand with great attention to detail.
The black instrument-look dial displays the day of the week and the date at 3 o’clock, in addition to the totalizers for the stop and add time measurements. However, thanks to the discreetly kept totalizers and the thermally blued, as well as Superluminova covered hands, the appearance of a classic pilot’s watch is maintained.
Inside, the Laco München Erbstück beats the chronograph caliber Laco 50 with automatic winding, which is based on the proven Swiss ETA Valjoux 7750.
Each of the only 30 pieces shows the extraordinary reminiscence of the early times of aviation, combined with the discreet technical flair of modern chronographs.
The “München Erbstück” is available at a price of 2,990 euros.