Louis Erard x Alain Silberstein: Le Régulateur Tourbillon
This new edition, Louis Erard X Alain Silberstein, is no longer just the result of a meeting, a moment of friendship or a flash of creativity. It is a manifest work. The story of Louis Erard, the story of Alain Silberstein and the story of their collaboration, which has already seen three episodes (the first edition in 2021, followed by a first triptych with a day/date, a regulator and a monopusher chronograph, and then a diptych with a day/date hand and a regulator), and of which this is the epitome.
Tourbillon régulateur mechanical hand-wound, BCP T02 calibre, Ø31.80 mm, height: 6.50 mm, 19 jewels, 21,600 VpH (3Hz), circular decoration on the movement, approx. 100 hours of power reserve, tourbillon cage makes a complete rotation every 60 seconds.
HMS, Hour hand in a counter at 12 o'clock, central minute hand, seconds hand in a counter at 6 o'clock
Microblasted grade 2 titanium & polished grade 5 titanium, Ø40 mm, lug width: 22 mm, lug to lug: 47 mm, thickness: 11.80 mm, 2 pieces, sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides, movement visible through the transparent caseback, water resistant up to a pressure of 10 bars (100m/330 ft), Alain Silberstein red lacquered signature crown with Louis Erard symbol, caseback engraved with “Louis Erard x Alain Silberstein 1 of 178”
Matt khaki, while transfers, signature Alain Silberstein day disc (“smiledays”) and date at 6 o’clock, flange featuring blue and red indexes
Alain Silberstein signature hands: red lacquered hour hand, white lacquered minute hand and yellow lacquered second hand
Khaki nylon and microblasted grade 2 titanium, hook-and-loop fastener system for quick adjustment, functional catch spring bars allowing the strap to be changed quickly Dimensions: 22.70mm width, 225mm length, suitable for a wrist circumference of 140 to 200 mm
Why we love it
This collaboration epitomizes innovation, pushing the boundaries of watchmaking and offering a unique blend of artistry and craftsmanship. Olivier Mory, the mastermind behind this Tourbillon, bridges the worlds of mass production and fine watchmaking, making the inaccessible accessible.