Monday, 27 Sep, 2010 Technology
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Wristwatch Worn by Last King of Egypt

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Louis Moinet watches were once owned by Napoleon Bonaparte, Czar Alexander I, Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe. At present day, the remarkable list of the brand's big fans has been joined by His Majesty King Fouad Farouk, the last King of Egypt, who has recently acquired a Louis Moinet Spiroscope watch.

The Spiroscope watch, limited to 60 pieces, demonstrates a refined hand-crafted dial. You can take a glimpse at the heart of the exclusive self-winding movement accommodated by the timepiece.

The 25-jewel mechanism offers a 42-hour power-reserve, animating the functions of hours, minutes, and central seconds.

The polished stainless steel case has a nickel-free case-back and the brand's signature crown guard system. It is 30-meter water-resistant.

READ MORE AT WATCHES.INFONIAC.COM

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