The Miros impresses with its free-spirited, striking, and most of all sophisticated aesthetics. These characteristics now have been accentuated even further by the Maurice Lacroix’ designer. The lines of the simple, elegant case have become more fluid. The rims protecting the screw-in crown softly transition into rounded watchband joints. The link bracelet seamlessly joins the case, its shape now more striking, pointedly reduced to the essential, its extraordinary comfort retained. The new Miros dial also presents itself balanced and perfectly proportioned. It stands out with three different levels for centre, outer hours and minutes ring. Its centre is decorated with an attractive sun pattern. The hours ring has index marks or Roman numerals at the “6” and the “12”, and its fine, grid-like pattern makes it the new identifying feature of the re-designed Miros. This is even more distinct in the refined, two-colour dial version with a silver-coloured centre and anthrazite-coloured hours ring. The date display has been moved from the “6” to the “3”. The new chronograph of the Miros collection appeals to watch aficionados with a flair for sporting elegance. This model pleases not only with its precise time measurements recorded with a 30-minute and a 10-hour counter, but also with small seconds at the “3” and a convenient large date display at the “12”. The Miros is available in a ladies’ size (28 mm) and two men’s sizes (36 mm/39 mm). The case with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and screw-in crown is offered in stainless steel or a two-colour version. All models are water-resistant to 100 m.
Black watch in stainless steel featuring textured dial with red contrasts, link bracelet, and tachymeter bezel
Quartz movement with analog display
Protective anti-reflective sapphire crystal dial window
Features chronograph subdials, date window at 12 o’clock, and deployant clasp with push-button closure
Water-resistant to 300 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving