Christophe Claret LOMA

Limited edition of 20 pieces

Reference #: MTR.MBA13.100-120

126,000 USD
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Christophe Claret partners with world champion boxer Vasyl Lomachenko, and celebrates the collaboration which a watch.

UKRAINIAN BOXER VASYL LOMACHENKO

Christophe Claret met Ukrainian boxer Vasyl Lomachenko in Los Angeles thanks to an introduction by another of the brand’s ambassadors, Franco-American actor Saïd Taghmaoui.

WATCH FUNCTIONS

Named the Loma, the timepiece is packed with complications, including a mono-pusher chronograph, a cathedral gong striking mechanism, and a constant force escapement.

RINGSIDE BOXING BELL

The chronograph starts, stops and resets with a chime that is reminiscent of a ringside boxing bell. This very particular and recognizable sound had already intrigued Claret who had previously used it in the creation of his Kantharos model.

THE PICASSO OF BOXING

Lomachenko has won one European championship title, two Olympic gold medals, and three World Championship titles and is nicknamed the “Picasso” of boxing.

TWO GOLD MEDALS ON THE DIAL

The Loma watch features two gold medals on the dial, representing Lomachenko’s two Olympic golds It also features a ring on the bracelet with a boxing rope design and four belts in the corners of the buckle.

Christophe Claret Loma Watch


Features

The Basics

Dial

Case

Strap

Functions

  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Chronograph

Special Features

  • Water resistance 30m/3 bar
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The Brand

Christophe Claret

Christophe Claret is a master watchmaker who began his career working on antique and vintage watches for an expert restorer. In 1978, he attended the Geneva Watchmaking School and set up his watchmaking workshop in Lyon, France. After graduation, he started working with Roger Dubuis, the famous Geneva watchmaker. Claret started skeletonizing watches and creating his hour and quarter repeater timepieces on his own. His work with big brands began in 1987 when he started making minute repeaters for Ulysse Nardin.

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