Louis Erard Le Régulateur Tourbillon Louis Erard x Alain Silberstein

Technical specifications


  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Seconds
  • Tourbillon


  • Manual Winding
  • Manufactured
  • Swiss Made


  • Titanium
  • Microblasted & Polished
  • 11.80mm
  • 40.00mm


  • Sapphire

Water resistance

  • 10.00atm / 1000.00m / 330.00ft


  • Military Nato strap
  • Titanium


  • Nylon
  • Black


  • 2024

Official description

Le Régulateur Tourbillon Louis Erard x Alain Silberstein Black unveils a new collaboration between the watch brand and the designer, who have been working together since 20 19. The tourbillon, the pinnacle of the art of watchmaking, the pinnacle of Alain Silberstein's thinking, has never before been offered as a single piece - only in a triptych. Nor on a black background, that color which is not one, but on which all the others are revealed. A syncretic, mythical piece. Limited edition to 78 pieces.

Black is not a color. It's better. It's a revealer. The background on which colors unfold all their expressive potential. Black is the expressway to reach the essential, the reading of time, of times. There are infinite ways to play with these elements. Alain Silberstein has his own. Throughout his career of over 35 years, he has explored all possibilities, even to the point of creating his own color ranges. But his roots are in the essential, the basic spectrum, blue, red, yellow, on a black background. The brand image of Alain Silberstein, for a long time, since his early Bauhaus-inspired creations in the 1990s.

The tourbillon, the gravity hunter that Breguet has given to the watchmaking heritage, is not just an ingenious mechanism. The tourbillon is life. It's the mechanism that expresses time that never stands still. Time that escapes convention. Time that is neither social nor technical, that escapes and flows. Time that is not shared, but that is lived. Obviously, all this is a bit conceptual and philosophical. You need to take a step back and look at it from a height to be able to appreciate it. But once you've taken that approach, the watch takes on a whole new dimension. Time gains in depth, as does the timepiece, opened at six o'clock, to let the tourbillon breathe and appreciate the mechanics beneath the bodywork. Alain Silberstein. His dada has always been to make watches that express this complexity, that reveal time in all its dimensions.