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Jaeger-LeCoultre Introduces New Master Calendar Meteorite Edition

Jaeger-LeCoultrePre-SIHH 2015 – Jaeger-LeCoultre unveils a captivating update to its Master Calendar model, originally debuted at SIHH 2013. The latest addition, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar Meteorite, boasts a remarkable dial featuring fragments of genuine meteorite sourced from the Asteroid Belt. Encased in either 18kt rose gold or stainless steel, measuring 39mm x 10.6mm, and adorned with a sapphire crystal, this timepiece offers water resistance up to 50 meters.

Under the hood, the Swiss automatic JLC in-house caliber 866 with 32 jewels, operating at 28,800 vph and offering a power reserve of 43 hours, continues to drive the watch. Functionality includes hour, minute, seconds, day, date, month, and moonphase complications.

Completing the ensemble, the timepiece is complemented with a black or brown alligator leather strap, featuring an 18kt rose gold or stainless steel deployant clasp. While official pricing remains undisclosed, anticipation for this extraordinary creation runs high.

Ref. Q1558421
Ref. Q1558421
Ref. Q1552540
Ref. Q1552540

[ Via: Ablogtowatch ]

Mircea G.

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