The Laurent Ferrier caliber LF126.01 is a manual wind mechanical movement found in the Galet Annual Calendar School Piece models.
Some of the topics covered in this caliber listing:
Setting the Time/Date
The crown and stem is used to set the time, date, and month. To set the day of the week, there is a pusher on the side of the case at 10:00. The date and month are semi-instantaneously set by turning the crown. The day/month can be set forward and backward.
Power Reserve Indicator
Keep a clean dial doesn’t have to mean a lack of complications. The LF126.01 has a power reserve indicator on the back of the movement, visible through the sapphire exhibition style caseback. You can see it in the photo above near the top right corner of the movement.
The price at the time of this post for a model with the caliber LF126.01 is 55,000 CHF for gold (about $55,129 USD). The all steel model goes for about 50,000 CHF (or about $50,117 USD).
In Their Own Words:
“A manual winding mechanical movement equipped with a power-reserve area indication for our Galet Annual Calendar. In addition to the Côtes de Genève motif with a ruthenium treatment adorning the bridges and the circular-graining of the mainplate.” –Laurent Ferrier