Pequignet is also a true manufacture, and makes some of their own movements. For the rest they use Swiss-made ETA movements.
The Moorea Triumph collection has a number of pieces. The simple of which runs about $1,000, looks very Sinn/Bell & Ross in the dial, and has an ETA 2892 automatic movement. The collection have 44mm wide cases that have a variety of finishes and materials. The cases are also thin, with three-hand models being only about 10mm thick. Pequignet likes PVD black over steel, but there are also models in gold. Some of the bezels are more classic, and other looks to be highly Breitling inspired. The watches are pretty solid, and of course there is that interesting bracelet they have. The bracelet comes in at least two forms. One of large metal links with smaller joints, and others where the larger links are actually rubber — via A Blog to Read