Louis Moinet teams up with Wealth Solutions Singapore and The Singapore Watch Club.
The watch contains decorative elements featuring iconic Singapore spots such as Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, and the Singapore Flyer.
To commemorate Singapore’s national flag, a moon facing five stars can also be seen over the watch’s intricate skyline.
Adding to itsexclusivity, only 84 pieces will be available for sale. 65 pieces will come housed in a stainless steel case and 19 will come encased in a rose gold case.
Artistic detailing aside, the watch will feature an open dial and will come powered with an LM45 automatic movement. LM45 automatic movement is said to operate at a rapid frequency of 28,800 beats per hour. In addition, the watch movement will come decorated with 22 jewels.
Louis Moinet is known for creating quirky timepieces such as The Whiskey Watch, a US$45,000 timepiece containing a drop of the world’s oldest whiskey, the Old Vatted Glenlivet in April 2017.
No word on how much the Singapore edition watch is valued at currently. More will be revealed during its public presentation on August 9 at The Fullerton Hotel.