Out of the dark!
It is through this concept that a quartet of passionate experts of the “hidden darkness” by creating a singular chronograph inspired by the codes of automobile design and reflecting the love of the crafts of watchmaking know-how, through a unique luminous signature: The Darklighter signs the genesis of Soler-Luguel.
Nestled on the shores of Lake Geneva, Soler Luguel is first and foremost in the brilliant story of craftsmen who have worked with the finest watchmaking companies.
Real designers, Soler-Luguel offers a solemn innovation evocative of a work of passion. The Brand takes us on a prestigious journey with a unique and daring scenography through a neo-retro timepiece in deep black, with a racy design and where the eye gravitates towards this frosted blue light, always allowing perfect legibility of the time. The Darklighter is a revelation.
In addition to the chronograph, the luminous signature is the real complication of the Darklighter. Its fibre optic technology, designed in Switzerland, its hybrid recharge with lithium-ion technology is its fuel, and the astonishing push-button at 8 o'clock its trigger.
Under its action, the light will underline the contours of the hands and the dial, creating a unique signature, recognisable at first glance by night and day. An engineering feat that exceeds the existing technical limits. Depending on its use, this light can be constant, ephemeral or represent heartbeats, like an ode to the present moment.
The Darklighter is created in a sublime 43mm full titanium DLC black and 18K yellow gold case manufactured by the Maison. The open caseback reveals the majestic semantics of a mechanical chronograph movement with automatic winding, 283 components and a power reserve of 48 hours. The integrated electronic part is completely invisible, leaving the gold weight stamped with the brand name to take center stage. A date at 4 o'clock, a minute disc in the center with a fixed reading at 6 o'clock, the chrono seconds hand in the center, the permanent seconds disc at 9 o'clock and the minute chronometer disc at 3 o'clock.