AM2 CALENDAR AUTOMATIC PHANTOM Watch
The AM2 Calendar is the iconic AM2 “overboosted” with a complete “ quantième ” automatic movement as a muscle car.
"SUPERCHARGED" VERSION OF AM2
The AM2 Calendar is a "testosterone" version of the now-ubiquitous AM2.
A raw, streamlined 41 mm case with protruding angles that won't leave gentlemen indifferent.
Equipped with an Automatic Calendar movement, it provides all the useful information (Hour / Date / Day / Month) for ultra-precise time-reading.
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The AM2 Calendar's sleek dial is assembled with simple, unadorned baton hour markers.
Two steel-ringed sub-counters with finely engine-turned centers indicate the day and month.
A discreetly printed railway track frames the whole.
The steel aperture at 3 o'clock reveals retro-style numerals in white on a black background, and in green for each 3rd of the month.
The M logo is a finely cut applique, and the hands are tuning fork-shaped for optimum readability.
A RADICALLY STREAMLINED CASING
All March LA.B watch cases are precisely respecting specific construction criteria. By always being poli-brushed they catch the ambient light to bring life to your watch.
The AM2 Calendar's 12.95 mm thick 41 mm case is radically streamlined. Sides are sharp and angular.
The lacquered March LA.B M logo completes a round crown chiseled with March LA.B's intertwined lines, located at 3 o'clock under a pusher that sets the date.
The bracelet is fully integrated into a lugs-less case for a racy spirit with no compromises.
The enhanced Saphir crystal slightly domed finalize the 70’s flavor to the watch piece.
EXCEPTIONAL WATCH BANDS
The 22 / 18 mm made in France leather straps fitting AM2 and AM2 Calendar watches are all equipped with a classic tongue buckle that has been carefully designed to match the shape of the case. The angles and bevels are obvious and the poli- brushed finish is respected.
THE GREEN LINE
March LA.B’s “Green Thread” is an omnipresent green signature through subtle details. The number 3 in green on the personalized date recalls the favorite month of the brand's founders. The green lining of the bracelets topstitched with a bridle stitch in the emblematic green color. The luminous green “skeleton” background on automatic versions.
The inside of the emerald green travel box…
THE GREEN LINE
This “Green Thread” extends this “grammar of design” that we developed in order to identify our timepieces through precise and redundant aesthetic codes: The crown or winder at 4 o’clock and its guilloché pattern of the intertwined lines of the M of the brand, the seventies typography of the date, the dials without numbers with cut-out indexes, the raised and curved glass, the omnipresent angles on always brushed polished cases.
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