We are able to Service and repair  this brand although straps and bracelets may not be available for this brand.

The name Maurice Lacroix stands for decades of experience in the production of high-quality watches. Thanks to its first own manufacture movement and the own production of complex movement components, Maurice Lacroix took at the end of 2006 the last step toward becoming an exclusive Manufacture brand.

The Maurice Lacroix technical office, watch workshops and case factory in Saignelégier are among the industry’s most modern. Here, all the factors crucial to the successful production of outstanding timepieces converge: creativity, watchmaking experience, skilled craftsmanship, industrial expertise, technological proficiency and – last but not least – a pronounced sense of quality. Today, some 150,000 quality timepieces leave the workshop in Saignelégier every year, finding their way to customers all over the world.

Maurice Lacroix, with some 220 employees worldwide, ranks among the most successful Swiss watch brands in both national and international arenas. Thanks to having its own companies in Switzerland, Germany, the UK and the USA, branch offices of the parent company Desco von Schulthess AG in the Far East and Australia, as well as distributors around the world, Maurice Lacroix has gradually captured all the internationally important watch markets. This means that Maurice Lacroix presently has its timepieces in some 3500 carefully selected shops in over 60 countries.

Even if Maurice Lacroix is a comparatively young watch brand, it already can look back on a remarkable series of innovative developments. Since the beginning of the 1990s, the brand has been concentrating on the development of attractive, surprising additional functions for mechanical watch models.

Today, Maurice Lacroix has demonstrated its outstanding expertise primarily in the area of retrograde displays as well as chronographs and moon phase indications. This proofs not least the ML 106 chronograph calibre, the first manufacture movement to be fully designed and developed in-house, which Maurice Lacroix brought out in 2006 after over three years of development.

Since the end of October 2006, Maurice Lacroix has been producing also complex movement components for mechanical calibres in its own workshops near Saignelégier. By that, the brand has taken its place in the exclusive club of Swiss manufacture brands.