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  • Prix régulier CHF 1,600.00


This model was born from a reflection between the flagship material of Schneider & Co, aluminum, and the laser beam that participates in the manufacture of dials Schneider & Co. This watch wishes to honor this material while combining it with a simple and understandable elegance. It is unencumbered by anything and focuses on the essential, just like two interlocking planets that meet in the infinite void of the cosmos.
The work on the positive/negative offers delicate plays of light and allows to emphasize the geometric forms composing the dial, this one is composed of simple lines where each element has its place and its role. 
The timer extends beyond the dial to the bezel to give the impression of an even greater openness to life. Extra-light, non-corrosive and totally anti-allergic, it is made in our aluminum workshops with passion and the utmost care.

Ldt Edition 99 pieces

  • Watch manufactured in Switzerland, in anodized aluminum, extra light.

  • Weight with bracelet 42g

  • The case, the back, the crown, the dial, the buckle and its pin, as well as all the main components of the aluminum movement are manufactured in our workshops.

  • Movement Schneider&Co Mvt. SCo 38-11 grey matte ceramic bead blasted, ETA 6497 compatible, manual winding.

  • Power reserve 46 hours, two-hand display

  • Entirely aluminum casing, ø 44mm - thickness 10.50mm - 22mm lugs, the bezel is decorated, extension of the dial.

  • Waterproof to 30m / 3 ATM (tested at 50m)

  • Sapphire crystal - transparent back.

  • Leather strap imitation crocodile, dropped 20-22mm with an aluminum buckle 20mm and its manufactured pin.

  • Engraved and laser-cut aluminum dial.

  • Schneider&Co ensures in addition to the manufacture of the components, the assembly of each one of its movements SCo 38 in the strictest watchmaking rules by a master watchmaker in its manufacture of Le Locle.

  • Each Schneider&Co watch is assembled in its manufacture in La Chaux-de-Fonds.

  • The warranty card includes the name and signature of the watchmaker who performed the movement assembly and casing steps as well as that of our designer.