Swiss watchmaker Armand Nicolet adds to its collection OHM (Original Historical Movement), a new model under the name L14 .
The Swiss luxury watchmaking house, born around 1902 in the Bernese Jura, continues his journey to the sources of its history, with its new L14 model. It transports us to the heart of Armand Nicolet workshops, where, in the 1950s and 1960s we saw the birth of the original movements, which made the success of the brand.
Inherited from a long tradition of craftsmanship, perpetuated by master watchmakers, the L14, features an authentic caliber dating from 1957. It includes in its stainless steel case a mechanical with manual winding movement, caliber AN 0711C, based on UT 600, dating from 1957.
Under his anti-reflective sapphire glass, the watch unveils a skeleton gray dial with small seconds at 6 o’clock (sapphire glass with anti-reflective coating on the bottom too).
Its strap is a black alligator leather with stainless steel buckle treated with black DLC.
Available in limited edition with only 499 pieces worldwide. For more info, please visit armandnicolet.com
Technical Details: Movement
Mechanical hand-wound Calibre AN 0711C on a 1957 UT 600 base, 18 jewels, 18,000vib/h, 36-hour power reserve
Hours, minutes, seconds
Black DLC-coated stainless steel
Anti-reflective sapphire crystal on both sides
Water-resistant to 50 metres (5 bar/165 ft)
Black alligator with black DLC-coated steel buckle
Jonathan Kopp – Contributing Writer
Jonathan Kopp has an avid enthusiasm for timepieces of all genre, from vintage timepieces to modern Luxury Haute Horology. His preference goes to small and independent high-end watchmakers. He loves the difference rather than classicism, although if he admits to being in love with several ultra-classics pieces. Jonathan was caught by the passion for watchmaking there are almost 6 years. For about 5 years, he wanders in this industry and was Communication-Marketing-PR Consultant for several brands. He has worked for over 2 years as a freelance for the development of the Swiss brand Arthur Oskar Stampfli (AOSWatches). Read his articles here.