The AM2 Calendar is an “overboosted” version of the now classic AM2.


The AM2 Calendar Phantom is an “overboosted” version of the now classic AM2.

Thicker, wider and larger with its 41 mm octagonal case in matt black PVD stainless steel, it takes up the codes of its "little sister" with its black brushed dial with chiseled indexes equipped with two green counters which display the day and month offered by the MIYOTA 9122 calendar movement.

The AM2 Calendar Automatic model combines style, performance and technicality.

In a radical style of the 70s, the matte black case has been designed with aggressive ultra-beveled angles and assembled with a raised and domed sapphire crystal.

The steel crown positioned at 3 o'clock is accompanied by a screwed pusher, both guilloché with the interlaced lines of the M de March LA.B.

The dial surmounted by cut-out steel indexes positioned horizontally at 11 o'clock, 1 o'clock, 5 o'clock and 7 o'clock is brushed matt black. The two green counters have a “CD” style guillochage with the days of the week on the left and the months of the year on the right.

The original tuning fork-shaped hands covered with Luminova encircle the indexes for optimal reading.

The counter surrounded by a chiseled steel window features a date stamp with very retro white numerals printed on a black background, revealing the number 3 in green once a month.

On the back of the watch, the green skeleton background reveals the 9122 movement whose mass has been printed with the 3 lines and the March LA.B coat of arms.

$1,286.00 USD
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• Square 316 L steel case of 41 mm
• Thickness 12.95mm
• Automatic Caliber MIYOTA 9122
• Approximately 42 hours of power reserve
• Brushed dial
• Hours, minutes, seconds, date
• Day / month counter
• Personalized date stamp MARCH
• Strap width 22 mm
• Bevelled sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment
• Green skeleton screwed back
• Water resistant to 10 ATM / 100M
• 2 years warranty


March LA.B designs and assembles its watches in France. The Swiss automatic movements that we fit into our timepieces are assembled from A to Z in France. In complete transparency, we are thus pursuing our watchmaking quest to design watches that are “as French as possible”.


The 22 mm leather straps proposed to be fitted to the AM2 are manufactured in the Franche Comté region. They are systematically lined with green leather and equipped with the "presto" system allowing them to be interchanged in a few seconds and without any special tools.
The steel bracelets equipped with the same "presto" system are an assembly of 7 links patiently brushed and closed by an ultra flat and reliable jeweler's buckle.


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Matte black case and steel bezel. Brushed black dial with green counters. Fluted strap in black calfskin. The AM2 CALENDAR "Phantom" version definitively concentrates all the statutory attributes of the March LA.B team. A contemporary signature piece for large-displacement cruisers.


Japanese Automatic Movement

Produced by the Japanese company Citizen known for the quality of its movements for many years, MIYOTA Automatic calibers are mechanical self-winding movements of very high quality.

With a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour, the MIYOTA 8215, 8205 and 9015 movements are reliable and precise movements with a 42-hour power reserve, allowing your watch to run for more than two days without interruption without you don't wear it on your wrist!


March LA.B's "Green Thread" is an omnipresent green signature through subtle details. The number 3 in green on the personalized date stamp recalling the favorite month of the founders of the brand. The green lining of the bracelets topstitched with a bridle stitch in the emblematic green color. The luminous green “skeleton” background on the automatic versions.
The interior of the emerald green travel case…

This "Green Thread" extends this "design grammar" that we have developed in order to identify our timepieces through precise and redundant aesthetic codes: The crown or winder at 4 o'clock and its guillochage of the intertwined lines of the M of the brand, the seventies typography of the date stamp, the dials without numbers with cut-out indexes, the raised and domed glass, the ubiquitous angles on the cases that are always polished and brushed.

All of these aesthetic and chromatic details to be discovered in intimacy shape the common thread of March LA.B which leads straight to the heart.