When Zurich goes to the Arctic

three arctic tests

When our family goes on holiday, it is very rare to have anything to do with watches. This year Leonard Dreifuss had the task and honour to stage the launch of the L2 deep arctic.

He put you through three hard arctic tests and lets us all participate with great pictures. Even though we Swiss get along with ice, cold, glaciers and mountains, these tests were part of another league – the hard, arctic kind.

First he and his watch had to live through the smooth choice expedition on the Peninsula Forest. A grandiose experience and the clock was taken hard.

That they both made it, you can tell by the fact that you could experience a hike on the Fitz Roy afterwards. It is one of the main attractions in the Argentine National Park Los Glaciares and also belongs to the Chilean National Park Bernardo O’Higgins. Many have already bitten their teeth out at its granite. Leo and his L2 have enjoyed the mountain.

The third test was conducted on Perito Moreno Glacier.
). Here one crosses ancient arctic ice and recognizes the dimension of the drama, if these masses would dissolve. The mountain guide has demanded Leonard very much. The clock has been through every cold, every hardness and every movement playfully.

The new L2 in steel with the Arctic dial has truly earned its name. She was not spared, had to endure everything and after these tests she shone with Leonard Dreifuss.

Everything will be fine!

For your and our safety we have decided to temporarily close our Atelier in Zurich until the 19th of May. You can reach us personally by telephone and or digitally through many channels:

For urgent personal contact, we can arrange an individual appointment in the Atelier.

And since we are able to still ship your products, we offer you a 10% discount until the 19th of April to overcome this situation.
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Thank you for your understanding and keep safe!

Daniel, Massimo and Leonard Dreifuss