Introducing The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Geographic
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Geographic is a further articulation of plan attributes which are shared across the whole Master Control line, and it fits pleasantly inside the new assortment delivered for this present year. While positively on the more complicated finish of the range, this new emphasis of the Geographic presents a somewhat refreshed dial, case size, and, most awesome aspect each of the, another age development with expanded force save. With the mark blue hands and practical crown-worked city pointer, JLC has once more housed a huge load of complication into an outwardly satisfying and recognizable dial layout.
At 40mm wide and under 11mm thick, this appears to be a famously wearable watch. Past adaptations of the watch were measured at 39mm with a thickness of almost 12mm, however in upsizing the width marginally, the brand appears to have thinned the case significantly, which should help in general wear. Another change is in the actual dial, which is currently totally sunray brushed. Adding to the detail, the dial is contained inside a wide raised rib like section ring. Sharp stretched three-sided files fit completely flush with the bend where the rib meets the dial. I truly anticipate perceiving what this looks like in the metal.
The capacity to follow two timezones is a profoundly attractive element, and the Geographic takes into consideration it with its particular design. Everything about the plan is exemplary and straightforward, from the pointer date, to the auxiliary timezone subdial at six o’clock delineating the double time as though it were a second watch all its own. While not a world clock, the city marker circle inspires that feeling; the optional crown at 10 o’clock works the city plate itself. As you cycle through every city, the time in the lower subdial relates with the hour changes for each timezone.
The watch presents vintage offer in its actual plan while not clearly going toward fauxtina or something of that kind. Or maybe, the introduction of the numerals and in general styling causes this watch to feel like something out of another time. Past emphasess of the Geographic highlighted the JLC produce 939 development. This one beats with another age of that very development, just now with an expanded force hold of 70 hours. With unpretentious changes like the 12, three, and six markers, this watch hopes to have brilliant legibility.
The new Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Geographic is measured for regular wear and, with the 24-hour/day-night pointer, is good for movement and experience for sure. The watch comes either in a tempered steel design (as appeared) or in Le Grand Rose gold.
Model: Master Control Geographic
Reference Number: Q4128420 (treated steel), Q4122520 (Le Grand Rose gold)
Case Material: Stainless steel and Le Grand Rose gold
Dial Color: Silver
Indexes: Triangular indices
Water Resistance: 50 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Novonappa calf or alligator
Caliber: Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 939 (new generation)
Functions: hours/minutes/seconds, date, second time region, 24-hour show, 24 time regions, power-save indication
Power Reserve: 70 hours
Winding: Automatic mechanical movement
Valuing & Availability
Price: $12,200 (treated steel) and $23,700 (Le Grand Rose gold)
Availability: October 2020
Limited Edition: No
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