Maurice Lacroix Aikon Watches

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The Maurice LaCroix Aikon watch collection sparked intrigue among watch collectors around the world. The Maurice LaCroix Aikon watch line showcases its distinguished, textured dials using beautiful, soft tones. This selection offers a sharp look with silver, black, and blue dial colors. Maurice LaCroix Aikon chronometer features include water resistance, power reserves, and sleek stainless steel casings. Looking for genuine Maurice LaCroix Aikon watches for sale can get frustrating without the right assistance. If you are looking for the best place to buy Maurice LaCroix Aikon watches, let Exquisite Timepieces help you. Exquisite Timepieces is a Maurice LaCroix Aikon authorized dealer.

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Maurice Lacroix was founded in Zurich in 1975. Since its inception, Maurice Lacroix has established itself in the watch world as a brand with much to offer by producing timepieces known for their quality and contemporary design. One such design is the Maurice Lacroix Aikon, which comes in several variations.

About Maurice Lacroix Aikon Watches

The Maurice Lacroix Aikon was first introduced in 2016. In its initial incarnation, the Aikon was first released as a sports watch with an integrated bracelet and a quartz movement and was described as a timepiece that embraced "urban stylings".
Since then, the Aikon collection has grown to encompass a staggering 154 different variations using different colors, complications, sizes, and materials.
Due to the ease and accessibility of the Aikon collection, watch enthusiasts from all walks of life, ranging from novice/new collectors to seasoned collectors, enjoy this wonderful collection. The Aikon Collection truly has something for everyone.

Maurice Lacroix Aikon History

As mentioned above, the first Maurice Lacroix Aikon was released in 2016. Since then, the world has certainly changed, but so has the Aikon Collection and its offerings.
But through the changes, growth, and development of the Maurice Lacroix brand, the Aikon has become the brand's best-selling timepiece due to the brand's push to engage with millennials like no watch company had before.
In 2018, Maurice Lacroix launched the promotional campaign #CHASEYOURWATCH, which was an innovative and interactive concept that saw a worldwide treasure hunt spread over three continents and four cities and concluded at Baselworld 2018, where finalists had the opportunity to win one of four limited edition Aikons.
In 2019, Maurice Lacroix will once again use the power of social media to promote an interactive online game that gives players the opportunity to win a limited edition Aikon Venturer.

How Much Do Maurice Lacroix Aikon Watches Cost?

The Maurice Lacroix Aikon Collection is Maurice Lacoix's best-selling collection, which comes with a multitude of different options. This means that the prices will vary, but for a time only Aikon with an automatic movement, you can expect to pay around $2,200, with the collection ranging in price from $750 to $9,700. With that said, the brand offers incredible variety at every price point. Below, we will discuss ten models from the Maurice Lacroix Aikon Collection, their price, and a unique feature.

Model Starting Price Unique Features
Maurice Lacroix AIKON #tide AI2008-00000-300-0 $760 Black Jura wave motif dial and black plated white super-luminova indexes.
Maurice Lacroix AIKON #tide AI2008-CCCC1-3A0-0 $935 Rhodium plated indexes and a gemstone dial w/ 44 diamonds.
Maurice Lacroix Aikon AI1018-SS001-330-2 $1,350 Sapphire glass with double AR coating and rhodium-plated handset.
Maurice Lacroix Aikon Automatic Silver Dial AI6008-SS002-130-1 $2,000 Exhibition case back revealing the ML-115 movement
Maurice Lacroix Aikon Automatic Black Dial AI6008-SS002-330-1 $2,200 Integrated stainless steel bracelet with easy change system.
Maurice Lacroix AI6008-SS00F-530-E Aikon Automatic Limited Summer Edition 42mm Orange $2,400 Pumpkin orange dial with bracelet and matching orange rubber strap.
Maurice Lacroix Aikon Automatic Chronograph Silver Blue AI6038-SS001-131-1 $3,250 Integrated blue calfskin leather strap and decorated ML112 movement.
Maurice Lacroix Aikon Automatic Mercury 44mm $7,690 ML225 in-house movement with patented time memory module
Maurice Lacroix Aikon Chronograph Skeleton $8,200 Six Claw bezel design and in-house ML206 movement.
Maurice Lacroix Aikon Master Grand Date Black $9,400 DLC plated case with matching DLC plated pin buckle and keeper. In-house ML331 movement with Big Date function.

What's Unique About Maurice Lacroix Aikon Watches?

The Maurice Lacroix Aikon Collection is, like so many timepieces these days, a reliable, handsome, and well-built modern watch. But that isn't what makes the Aikon so unique. What makes the Aikon such a unique timepiece is its identifiable design language.
Sure, some will argue that the Aikon is just another steel sports watch with an integrated bracelet, but when you look at the individually contributing design elements, you'll see that it is very much a Maurice Lacroix. The six "claw" bezel is a design feature unmistakably part of the Aikon collection and is a standout design feature for the timepiece.

Maurice Lacroix Aikon Movements

One of the most intriguing things about the Aikon Collection is its ability to satisfy buyers on most budgets. So, it would go without saying that the Aikon Collection requires movements to power watches at different budgets, meaning they offer everything from quartz-powered Aikons to Aikons powered by in-house movements. Let's take a look at a few of these different movements.
For the entry-level non-automatic popular Aikon models, Maurice Lacroix uses a Swiss-powered quartz movement which allows for great accuracy and durability.
As you move up in the budget, you will begin to see the use of automatic movements like the ML115, which is a Sellita SW200-1-based movement with a Maurice Lacroix branded rotor.
Finally, as you get into the top-tier variants of the Maurice Lacroix Aikon, we see the use of in-house movements like the Maurice Lacroix ML331. The ML331 is a unique movement due to its big-date functionality.

Maurice Lacroix Aikon Watch Colors

Maurice Lacroix Aikon models are filled with colors, both conventional and more adventurous. The brand utilizes the typical black, blue, silver, and white, and there are also vibrant oranges, yellows, and greens. The color pallet used in the Aikon Collection runs the gamut and will surely be able to satisfy most individuals.

Maurice Lacroix Aikon Watch Materials

As expected, the Aikon collection and its many variations use its fair share of materials.
While most of the timepieces utilize some common materials like stainless steel, ceramic, and titanium, the Aikon collection is also home to a material seen in the Aikon #tide watches.
The material is 100% upcycled ocean plastic repurposed into watch cases, and it takes 17 plastic bottles to make one watch. This is part of Maurice Lacroix's commitment to recover 10 million plastic bottles from the ocean.

Maurice Lacroix Aikon Watch Types

One reason that the Aikon Collection is such a great timepiece is due to its ability to fill multiple roles for an owner.
Some people want an everyday watch, a purpose-driven tool watch, or a special occasion dress watch. The Aikon Collection has a variation to fit most needs of the owner. Still, if you're looking for a more dedicated dress watch, check out the Maurice Lacroix Eliros collection.
For example, the Aikon Venturer is a dive watch capable of 300m of water resistance, the Aikon #tide is a great lightweight timepiece for everyday use, and the skeletonized and two-toned Aikons make for great special occasion statement pieces.

Maurice Lacroix Aikon Watch Complications

The Aikon Collection is filled with complications from the most basic time-only functionality to more intricate complications like a chronograph and GMT.
But, one of the most unique complications that Maurice Lacroix uses in the Aikon Collection is the Grand Date complication. A Grand Date complication is a date functionality that uses a disc with the numbers 1-31 written on it incrementally to display the date. It is a subtle but very cool complication.

Maurice Lacroix Aikon Sizes

Like the plethora of colors, materials, and movements, the Aikon Collection wouldn't be complete without numerous size options for wearers of all sizes.
Ranging in size from 35mm all the way up to 45mm, the Aikon Collection is a collection that will find a home on wrists.
On the low end of that spectrum, the 35mm Aikon has a lug-to-lug distance of 39mm, which would work best with small wrists, while the 45mm Aikon has a lug-to-lug distance of 53mm, which, considering its overall size, would work well on medium/large to large/extra-large wrists.

Buying Maurice Lacroix Aikon Watches

When buying a luxury timepiece, it is important to always buy from a reputable authorized dealer. In the event that something is wrong with your timepiece, you want to be able to use the warranty to make sure your timepiece is properly fixed.
With that said, Exquisite Timepieces is an authorized dealer for Maurice Lacroix watches as well as over 60 other brands offering full factory warranties on all new timepieces. You can find all Maurice Lacroix Aikon watches in our online shop or boutique in Naples, Florida.

Caring for Maurice Lacroix Aikon Watch

Like most luxury items, a luxury watch is an investment worthy of your time and care, so it is important to properly maintain your timepiece to ensure its longevity.
But sometimes, things happen that are out of your control. Luckily for you, all new watches come with a factory warranty in the event that the watch needs to be serviced.
And for those timepieces that might not still be under warranty Exquisite Timepieces offers a repair/service center that serves over 140 different brands.

Maurice Lacroix Aikon FAQ

Is Maurice Lacroix Aikon good?

The Maurice Lacroix Aikon Collection is a very good, reliable, and well-made Swiss timepiece that has something to offer everyone.

Is Maurice Lacroix Aikon worth it?

If you are looking for a timepiece that will continue to make you happy every time you wear it, regardless of the fact that it will likely never appreciate in value, then yes, it is totally worth it.

When was Maurice Lacroix Aikon released?

The Maurice Lacroix Aikon Collection of watches was first released in 2016.

How thick is the Maurice Lacroix Aikon automatic?

The thinnest Maurice Lacroix Aikon has a case thickness of 11mm, while the thickest variant is 15mm thick.

Find your new Maurice Lacroix Aikon Watch with Exquisite Timepieces

We understand that a luxury watch purchase can sometimes be a difficult decision. That is why the team at Exquisite Timepieces is here to answer any questions you may have during the process and help you decide on the perfect timepiece for you.
So, if you are ready to take the plunge into the world of fine Swiss watchmaking, look no further than Exquisite Timepieces. Get in touch with one of our watch experts, and let us get the perfect timepiece on your wrist.

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