Jaeger-LeCoultre : Force of attraction

Striking a successful balance between form and function, the latest star in the Jaeger-LeCoultre firmament operates according to its own laws of attraction. The gaze is inevitably drawn to the meteorite stone dial of the Master Calendar, which represents an unusual break from its customary pure, uncluttered aesthetic. Carved from a block of meteorite that originated in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, the stone reveals its rare and unique structure. In addition, the watch also offers an appealing range of useful functions. The complete calendar indications are displayed on this age-old dial. The date is shown by a long hand tipped with a red moon crescent ; the day of the week and the month appear through two apertures, as if to focus attention on the moment in hand ; while the moon phases are elegantly displayed at 6 o’clock. The result is a truly spellbinding effect that will literally leave observers starry-eyed.


Master Calendar 

Case : steel Diameter : 39 mm Movement : mechanical self-winding, Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 866, 43h power reserve Functions : hours, minutes, seconds, day, date, month, moon phases Dial : meteorite Caseback : sapphire Strap : alligator leather Water resistance : 50 m

Journaliste spécialisée en horlogerie, la plume de Marie présente les nouveautés tout en s'occupant de la rubrique Architecture.

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