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JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Reverso Tribute Limited-Edition Hand-Wound 45.5mm x 27.4mm 18-Karat White Gold, Enamel and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. Q39334H1
$80,000
PRE-ORDER
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Atmos Classique Phases de Lune Perpetual Automatic Rhodium-Plated Table Clock, Ref. No. JLQ5112202
$9,850
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
+ Casa Fagliano Reverso Tribute Duoface Calendar 29.9mm Stainless Steel, Leather and Canvas Watch, Ref. No. Q3918420
$14,500
WATCHES AND WONDERS
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Master Control Automatic Moon-Phase 40mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. Q4148120
$14,500
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Polaris Perpetual Calendar Automatic 42mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. 9088180
$32,800
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Master Control Chronograph Calendar Automatic 40mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref No. Q413812J
$17,500
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Reverso Tribute Duoface Hand-Wound 47mm x 28.3mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 3988482
$11,400
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Reverso Classic Large Duoface Hand-Wound 47mm x 28.3mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. Q3848422
$10,900
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Master Control Date Limited Edition Automatic 40mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref No. Q4018480
$8,700
LIMITED EDITION
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Polaris Automatic 41mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. Q9008170
$8,400
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Polaris Automatic Chronograph 42mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. Q9028471
$12,200
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Reverso Classic Medium Hand-Wound 25.5mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. Q2438522
$8,100
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Polaris Automatic Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. Q9008471
$7,550
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Master Control Calendar Limited Edition Automatic Moon-Phase 40mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref No. Q4148480
$13,100
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Reverso Classic Large 27mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch
$8,300
ESSENTIALS
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Polaris Automatic Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. Q3848422
$7,550
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Master Control Geographic Automatic 40mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 4128420
$13,400
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Polaris Automatic Chronograph 42mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. 9028180
$13,000
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Polaris Automatic Chronograph 42mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 9028480
$12,200
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Master Control Calendar Automatic Chronograph 40mm Le Grande Rose Gold and Alligator Watch, Ref No. 4132520
$30,000
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Master Ultra Thin Moon Automatic 39mm Stainless Steel and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. Q1368480
$11,000
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Limited Edition Master Ultra Thin Kingsman Knife 18-Karat Rose Gold and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. 3402393
$27,600
JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Reverso Classic Large Duoface Small Seconds Hand-Wound 28.3mm 18-Karat Rose Gold and Alligator Watch
$22,300
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The History

LeCoultre & Cie was founded in 1833 by Mr Antoine LeCoultre, in Le Sentier – a small town in the Swiss Vallée de Joux. It soon became known as the “Grande Maison” of Swiss watchmaking by bringing together a wide range of crafts together in one facility. A merger with French watchmaker Mr Edmund Jaeger in 1937 created the brand we know today; it still champions its mastery of the 180 skills required to make a fine watch, combining cutting-edge machinery with the traditional ways of the finest artisans.

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The Birth Of The Reverso

Legend has it that in the 1930s, a group of polo players on the fields of Jaipur ambushed Swiss watch dealer Mr César de Trey after a match and challenged him to make a watch robust enough to withstand the action. Jaeger-LeCoultre took on the challenge, answering with the Reverso of 1931 – literally revolutionary, as it allowed you to flip the case over, facing its metal caseback forwards and preventing yet another smashed dial crystal.

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INNOVATIONS
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The Millionomètre

Jaeger-LeCoultre has always been serious when it comes to precision manufacture. Invented by Mr Antoine LeCoultre as early as 1844, the so-called “Millionomètre” was the first instrument capable of measuring down to a micron’s breadth – a micron being a millionth of a metre.

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The Everlasting Clock

Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Atmos carriage clock has seemingly defied the laws of physics since 1928, perpetually tick-tocking without ever needing a re-wind. It comes down to a bellows-style gas chamber, which expands and contracts with variations in air temperature.

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The Classic Alarm

The Polaris Memovox of 1968 was not only an exercise in ice-cool dial design but also the culmination of 18 years of alarm-watch innovation at Jaeger-LeCoultre, all based on a hammer repeatedly striking the inside of the case. This technology was first taken beneath the waves in 1959.

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