Maurice Lacroix adds day and date to upgraded Pontos S Chronograph

Maurice Lacroix Pontos S Chronograph.

Maurice Lacroix took over an entire hotel yards from the banks of Lake Geneva for the launch of day/date versions of its Pontos Chronograph.

The Pontos S Chronograph was unveiled on day one of Geneva Watch Days with a choice of sandblast-finished white or dark blue dials and the new day and date indications at 3 o’clock.

The sporty watches have a choice of steel bracelet or a color-coordinated strap with nylon outer nubuck leather inner.


They retail for CHF 2,990 on the strap or CHF 3,100 for the steel on steel.

That price is at the upper end of the Maurice Lacroix range, but reflects a step up in quality and finish.

Pontos S Chronographs have partially openworked hour and minute hands with lume; faceted applied indexes and a scratch-resistant ceramic bezel.

The chronograph pushers are ergonomically shaped and polished, creating contrast with the polished and satin-brushed case housing an ML112 calibre.

It has a clear crystal case back, exposing the movement that is decorated with  Côtes de Genève, perlage and sunbrushed elements.

“With its capacity to measure elapsed periods, or determine speeds using the tachymeter scale, the Pontos S Chronograph is unquestionably sporty. However, this watch proves eminently elegant while remaining highly versatile, thereby befitting any situation. Quite simply, Maurice Lacroix has produced a watch that bridges two seemingly disparate worlds, elegance and sport,” the company claims.

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