Maurice Lacroix Caliber Ml115

Maurice Lacroix Caliber ML115

Maurice Lacroix Caliber Ml115

BrandMaurice Lacroix
Caliber NumberML-115, ML115
Base CaliberSellita SW200-1
Movement TypeAutomatic
Diameter
11.5”’ (25.6mm)
Height
4.6mm thick
Jewels26
Power Reserve
38 hours
Vibrations Per Hour
28,800 BPH
Shock SystemIncabloc
Winding DirectionClockwise
FunctionsHours, minutes, central seconds, date at 3:00 or 6:00
Country of ManufactureSwitzerland
Known Models
Aikon Automatic, Pontos S Diver

Maurice Lacroix caliber ML115 is a Swiss made automatic watch movement with 26 jewels. It is an elabore grade with perlage and Geneve stripes finishing.

In-House?

No, the Maurice Lacroix caliber ML115 is not an in-house movement. This caliber is basically a Sellita SW200-1 with a Maurice Lacroix branded rotor.

Additional Images:

Maurice Lacroix Caliber Ml 115

Video:

Additional Resources:

Please share your experience with the Maurice Lacroix caliber ML115 in the comments below…

You are reading Caliber Corner, the most popular resource for watch movement pics, specs, mods and DIY repairs. Follow @calibercorner on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Subscribe to the YouTube channel. Join our mission to spread movement awareness. Sign up!
What do you think about Maurice Lacroix Caliber ML115? Keep comments respectful and follow our community guidelines.
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
7 Comments
oldest
newest most voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Christian
Christian
1 year ago

I am liking the SW200-1 more and more that I see big brands starting to use it like this one. If Maurice Lacroix is using the SW200-1 though, why don’t they just call it what it is instead of calling it their own number ML-115? They didn’t even bother to scratch off the original SW200-1 engraving.

Roberta Hui
Roberta Hui
1 year ago

Is this Chronometer grade?

Geylord
Geylord
1 year ago
Reply to  Roberta Hui

No stupid bitch

JL
JL
1 year ago
Reply to  Roberta Hui

I wish calibercorner.com would state the grade of the movement

tPhoenix
tPhoenix
10 months ago
Reply to  Roberta Hui

I believe it is Special grade

tPhoenix
tPhoenix
10 months ago
Reply to  tPhoenix

Although it has Incabloc shock protection so I guess it would have to be at least Premium.

Steve
Steve
5 months ago

I contacted ML directly about the movement. It is a special grade but does use Incabloc. Apparently you can expect -2 to +16 sec/day accuracy which I checked twice with ML as I thought it sounded a bit too good to be true for a special grade. Given ML’s watchmaking expertise, I suspect they have bought special grade movements from Sellita and then upgraded them to more of a premium grade themselves.

7
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x