If you know your DPMs (Disruptive Pattern Materials), you will know the new AIKON Quartz Chrono Camouflage features what’s called Urban Camo designed to melt into the city streets, and yet still stand out when up close and personal.

Camouflage patterns were first invented during the First World War, strictly for the military at that time, but they have long since become cool street wear the world over. Camo never gets old because it’s constantly open to new interpretations. Maurice Lacroix elected to go with a chic variant of a camo pattern for this limited series of 500 timepieces.

Limited to 500 pieces, the random design for the Swiss quartz powered AIKON Chronograph Camouflage is in shades of grey to match the concrete, tarmac, and glass facades that typify today’s urban environments.

Camouflaging covers the entire surface of the chronograph in the AIKON Quartz family. This uninterrupted medley of shapes spreading across its dial, case, and strap combine to create a design that is both uniform and varied at the same time.

With its 44 mm stainless steel case, the AIKON Quartz Chrono Camouflage has two counters and date display set on a five-link steel strap. Using an innovative transfer process, the strap was covered over its entire surface in the same pattern as the dial for this model. The watch is fitted with Maurice Lacroix’s proprietary Easy-Change system.

You only need one hand to change it for a leather strap with a black technical canvas-type surface. These two straps come with the watch in a special presentation box that also features a camo pattern.

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