Laurent Ferrier Watches

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The Laurent Ferrier watch collection honors traditional designs by crafting elegantly refined timepieces. The Laurent Ferrier watch line combines subtle neoclassical style with bold casings and sleek craftsmanship. These luxury chronometers feature balanced lines, smooth contours, and exceptional mechanics. Whether you want an extraordinary traveler’s wristwatch or a high-end sports watch, the Laurent Ferrier watch collection is sure to pique your interest. The search for authentic Laurent Ferrier watches for sale can get stressful when you do not know where to look. If you are trying to find the best place to buy Laurent Ferrier watches, Exquisite Timepieces can assist you. Exquisite Timepieces is a Laurent Ferrier authorized dealer.

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About Laurent Ferrier Watches

Laurent Ferrier is a Swiss watch manufacturer founded in 2010 and named after its founder, Laurent Ferrier. Known for taking inspiration from the automotive industry, the watches produced by this independent watchmaker combine balanced lines, smooth contours, and neoclassical style to create a bespoke and unique appeal.

Laurent Ferrier History

Since its inception in 2010, Laurent Ferrier has become one of the legendary Swiss independent watchmakers. Still, it remains incredibly bespoke, as it is rumored that merely 300 pieces were produced in 2021.
The founder, Laurent Ferrier, was a semi-professional car racer and also worked at Patek Philippe for 30 years, as is showcased by the incredible attention to detail on the timepieces, often taking inspiration from the automotive and racing industry. Today, the company is headquartered in Plan-les-Ouates in the canton of Geneva, Switzerland, and is only sold at select retailers across the globe.
The first watch the company produced, the Galet Classic Tourbillon Double Spiral, won the 'best men's watch' at the esteemed Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève. The company was still keenly focused on technological development and saw the usage of a 'Galet Micro-Rotor', which also incorporates Abraham-Louis Breguet's "natural" escapement.
In 2018, the company was awarded the 'Best Men's Complication' award for the use of the Ecole Annual Calendar complication in the newly introduced GPHG line, displaying Ferrier's pursuit of precision combined with uncluttered beauty.

Laurent Ferrier Collections

Laurent Ferrier has a keen focus on elegance and understated luxury, even with the use of precious metals. To date, five main collections have been produced by Laurent Ferrier, all with different models within.

Laurent Ferrier Classic Collection

Originally launched in the early 2010s, the Classic Collection is an elemental model line that originally only featured three-hander models but recently saw the introduction of the Traveller model, a dual-time watch.
Only offered in Titanium and different golds, the Classic Collection remains an understated luxury timepiece with superb attention to detail and a manual wind movement within, ensuring the thin profile of the watch.

Laurent Ferrier Square Collection

The Laurent Ferrier Square collection houses a timeless Art Deco character combined with the refined finishing methods you would expect from the elite. 41mm x 41mm in dimension matched with smooth, aerodynamic curves and perfect symmetry makes the cushion one of the most striking you'll come across.
Offered in steel and rose gold, all the models are presented with a sapphire caseback displaying the micro-rotor winding system fixed between the main plate and the micro-rotor bridge, inspired by the father of modern horology, Abraham-Louis Breguet.

Laurent Ferrier Sport Collection

The Sport Collection encompasses three models, all taking inspiration from motorsport - updated in 2022 as the successor to the Sport Tourbillon. The integrated bracelet style of watch is the most popular in the modern world, and the Sport Collection rather elegantly combines this with a tonneau-shaped case. Offered exclusively in lightweight grade 5 Titanium, the Sport Collection offers a unique duality of elegance and sportiness on the wrist.
The overall design takes inspiration from 70s motorsport, particularly the Porsche models driven by Laurent Ferrier at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Other design elements remain true to the time period and the brand, including an onion-style crown and a respected 120m water resistance.
The movement within is expertly finished, visible through the sapphire caseback, and even features little easter eggs pertaining to the history and events of the 1979 Le Mans on the platinum micro-rotor.

Laurent Ferrier Galet Collection

The Galet Collection, or the Galet Classic, was the first watch ever produced by the Swiss independent watchmaker. Released in 2009, it received the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix in the "Men's Watch" category a year later. The main feature of this particular watch was, of course, the tourbillon displayed in the reverse position.

Laurent Ferrier Grand Sport Collection

Laurent Ferrier used to race at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, one of the most torturous and demanding races in human history. The Grand Sport collection was designed and created by taking inspiration from the two founders' (Ferrier and François Servanin) shared love for motor racing.
It features sleek and clean lines, offered in both gold and grade 5 Titanium. The polished and expertly finished bracelet features an integrated style, but thanks to the snug lug-to-lug, it can be worn by a variety of wrist sizes.
The current Grand Sport collection is offered with the 'high-powered engine' LF619.01 tourbillon movement. The tourbillon case is wide and has to be designed in a slightly unique manner because of the double balance springs, and it offers the wearer a robust 80-hour power reserve.

How Much Do Laurent Ferrier Watches Cost?

With their extreme attention to detail and meticulous craftsmanship, it's no surprise Laurent Ferrier watches are expensive. You can typically find some of their more affordable models at around $30,000, with their most expensive pieces reaching well over $200,000. In the table below, you can find indicative prices for some of the brand's popular watches:

Model Starting Price Unique Features
Laurent Ferrier Grand Sport Tourbillon Golden Brown $240,000 Rose gold case with graduated chocolate brown dial and an integrated bracelet, limited to 24 pieces worldwide
Laurent Ferrier Galet Classic Origin Opaline $33,500 Finished in Grade 5 Titanium and paired with an opaline dial
Laurent Ferrier Classic Traveller Serie Atelier Ice Green Dial $69,500 Grade 5 polished Titanium case, sunburst magnetic green dial displaying dual time zones
Laurent Ferrier Square Ice Blue LCF013.AC.CG7.2 $51,500 Ice blue sunburst satin-brushed dial behind, which is the self-winding FBN 229.01 calibre with a natural escapement and a three-day power reserve
Laurent Ferrier Galet Traveller Red Gold Slate $75,000 Finished in 18K rose gold with a slate grey dial, powered by the manual LF230.02 caliber
Laurent Ferrier Classic Tourbillon Clous De Paris $211,000 Hand-guilloché "Clous de Paris" hobnail motif dial and equipped with a tourbillon device
Laurent Ferrier LCF040.T1.C1GC5.1 Classic Micro-Rotor Amazonia 40mm $57,000 Green dial inspired by the lush jungle, limited to just 15 pieces

Best Selling Laurent Ferrier Watches

It is no secret that Laurent Ferrier is a high-end luxury brand and certainly a passionate brand that offers a ton of character to collectors and enthusiasts alike.

Laurent Ferrier Classic Origin Blue (ref. LCF036.TI.CG)

Encased in Grade 5 titanium, the round form of the Classic Origin is elegantly complemented by a midnight blue nubuck leather strap featuring blue Alcantara lining and a secure pin buckle. The distinguished blue gradient opaline dial is adorned with applied indices. At the same time, the white gold Assegai hour and minute hands gracefully mark the passage of time, accompanied by a small seconds sundial.
Powered by the in-house hand-wound Calibre LF 116.01 movement, it is a testament to precision and craftsmanship. Revealed through the sapphire caseback, the movement boasts a minimum of 80 hours of power reserve, operating at a frequency of 3Hz (21,600 vph)

Laurent Ferrier Micro-Rotor Retro Stainless Steel (ref. LCF0013.AC.G3N)

The Laurent Ferrier Square Micro-Rotor Retro is a new creation that seamlessly integrates the elements that contributed to the success of its predecessors while introducing a distinctive visual flair through unprecedented dials.
The hallmark cushion-shaped case, revered for its superbly smooth design, remains unaltered, preserving its timeless appeal. Retaining the signature ball-shaped crown and a prominently domed sapphire crystal without an anti-reflective coating, Laurent Ferrier asserts that reflections contribute to the watch's inherent beauty and vitality with a steel case and a sector white dial

Laurent Ferrier Galet Traveller Red Gold Slate (ref. LCF007.R5.AR1)

This luxury wristwatch is encased in a round 40mm frame crafted from 18ct red gold, showcasing the brand's commitment to precision and opulence. The timepiece is elegantly secured by a grey alligator leather strap, available with either a pin buckle or Folding Clasp. The distinguished Slate Grey dial is adorned with applied red gold indices and features Assegai hour and minute hands.
Turn the watch over, and the sapphire exhibition caseback unveils the in-house self-winding Calibre FBN 229.01 movement. This impressive mechanism boasts a minimum of 72 hours of power reserve, operating at a frequency of 3Hz (21,600 vph)

Laurent Ferrier Grand Sport Tourbillon Golden Brown (ref. LCF044.02.R5.B1RC1.2)

Meticulous craftsmanship meets elegance in a timepiece exclusively fashioned from 18-carat 5N red gold by the esteemed manufacturer. This choice of material imparts a warm and distinguished character, setting it apart from its all-steel predecessors, marking a notable evolution since the launch of the inaugural Grand Sport Tourbillon model in 2019. The case and bracelet, seamlessly integrated, boast a design inspired by the timeless and graceful curves of racing cars, reflecting the founders' passion for and expertise in motorsport.
The 44mm case, featuring a screw-down middle case, bezel, and caseback, ensures water resistance up to 100 meters. Powering this exquisite timepiece is the award-winning LF 619.01 caliber, an in-house movement that gained acclaim in 2010 when it debuted in a Classic Tourbillon, securing the Men's Watch category at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève.

Laurent Ferrier Movements

Laurent Ferrier is certainly focused on producing some of the highest-quality mechanical movements that money can buy. They do not produce any quartz movements at all. They are perhaps most famous for their LF619.01 movement, a movement that helped win the 'Men's Watch of the Year". Another key movement in the lineup is the micro-rotor FBN229.01 caliber, featuring a winding system fixed between the main plate and the micro-rotor bridge.

Laurent Ferrier Watch Colors

Laurent Ferrier is certainly no stranger to using impressive color schemes and unique combinations to capture the eye of the consumer. However, the brand also produces some excellent watches with standard black and white dials, along with different shades of blue and gray.
One of their newest colors includes the 'Magnetic Green', presented in a sunburst fashion on the dials of the Classic range. Another loved model is the aforementioned Grand Sport Tourbillon Golden Brown, combining a beautiful sunburst brown dial matched with a rich rose gold case and integrated bracelet.

Laurent Ferrier Watch Materials

As Laurent Ferrier is at the forefront of luxury, you can expect the use of precious metals such as 5N 18K red or rose gold, often used in some of the dress pieces represented by the company. That said, with the underlying sporty architecture of the company, you can also expect steel and titanium in some of their sports-focused models.

Laurent Ferrier Watch Types

Laurent Ferrier has a keen focus on two styles of watches - sports and dress pieces. The sports models are keenly focused on integrated bracelet-style watches, with almost zero focus on divers. Conversely, the dress pieces are focused on displaying the excellent finishing methods and technological prowess offered by the company.

Laurent Ferrier Watch Complications

Laurent Ferrier is known for creating some of the most beautiful and elegant three-handers you'll come across. That said, the very first watch they ever created featured a tourbillon. This complication has remained a mainstay in the lineup, while other complications like dual-time complications have also found their way into the lineup.

Laurent Ferrier Partnerships & Brand Ambassadors

Laurent Ferrier has partnered with a few other smaller brands to create some exceptional timepieces, including the Laurent Ferrier X URWERK collaboration piece called the Arpal One, a quirky square watch that you'll either love or hate. Another is the collaboration between Laurent Ferrier and Phillips, producing the Homage II, a tribute to the step case timepieces from the 1940s.

Buying Laurent Ferrier Watches

You might struggle to find Laurent Ferrier at your local watch dealer, seeing as the brand is rather bespoke and high-end. That said, there are plenty of authorized retailers if you look hard enough, or you can simply look through our range of Laurent Ferrier watches at Exquisite Timepieces, including some elusive models like the Grand Sport Tourbillon Golden Brown.

Caring for Your Laurent Ferrier Watch

Recognizing that the purchase of a Laurent Ferrier watch marks a pivotal and sentimental investment for a lifetime, ensuring its enduring quality requires attentive and careful maintenance at home.
Another thing to consider is that your Laurent Ferrier is a massive financial investment, one that will surely stand the test of time and changing financial environments. Taking these factors into consideration, you might want to look at the watch services we offer at Exquisite Timepieces, including a full service on mechanical movements and complications, case/bracelet refinishing, and dial refinishing.

Laurent Ferrier FAQ

Who owns Laurent Ferrier?

Laurent Ferrier was founded in 2009 by Laurent Ferrier and is owned today by Ferrier and François Servanin.

Who makes Laurent Ferrier movements?

All of Laurent Ferrier's movements are developed and produced in-house.

Is Laurent Ferrier independent?

Yes, Laurent Ferrier functions as an independent watchmaker and is not owned by a larger conglomerate.

How many watches does Laurent Ferrier make?

As a high-end luxury watch manufacturer, Laurent Ferrier focuses on quality rather than quantity with its timepieces. That's why the brand only outputs a few hundred watches every year.

Find your new Laurent Ferrier watch with Exquisite Timepieces

If you've found yourself liking Laurent Ferrier and eager to own one of these bespoke pieces, then you might want to consider the Exquisite Timepieces online shop or our boutique in Naples, Florida.
As an authorized dealer for Laurent Ferrier watches, we offer a wide range of different models, ranging from the sporty models to the most sought-after limited editions. We also offer a full manufacturer warranty as well as free insured shipping, and even a watch winder with your purchase of selected Laurent Ferrier watches.

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