Semper & Adhuc Instantanée LIP

Continuing on their mission to create a 100% French-made watch, Semper & Adhuc reveals the Instantée LIP. The new limited edition is powered by a 50-year-old LIP R100 hand-wound movement, which was produced from 1958-1970 and has a power reserve of 36 hours. This is all housed in a 37mm satin finish stainless steel case that features an eyecup on the caseback to view the R100 movement. The watch also features a gray, white, and pink dial inspired by a 1970s LIP chronograph and a leather watch strap from Bordeaux-based craftsman, Vincent Jacquinot. 

€2000 (approx. $2,412),

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