Jaeger-LeCoultre presented a number of exquisite watches at the Geneva Watch Fair. The special design and complex functions attracted a lot of attention. The following is a summary of the new watches launched by Jaeger-LeCoultre at this exhibition, let us appreciate these beautiful watches together.
Jaeger-LeCoultre Tourbillon Ultra-Thin Master Series Minute Repeater
The Jaeger-LeCoultre team consists of a group of visionary and tireless developers. That’s why the Master Ultra Thin Jubilée commemorative watch was launched just one year ago, and the true pioneer in this superbly complex watch field came out-it is known for a series of technological achievements that will surely inspire The imagination of connoisseurs of fine watches. This is indeed the case! The Flying Tourbillon Ultra-Thin Master Minute Repeater is inspired by the research on the complication of two iconic timepieces, and has become the thinnest minute repeater in its category with a thickness of 7.9 mm.
More watch details: The Biplane Moon Phase Calendar Watch showcases the hard-working research and development results of Jaeger-LeCoultre Research Workshop, which make people shine: the instant jump second hand jumps forward in one-sixth seconds, making the watch’s timing accuracy reach its peak The calendar and moon phases are displayed on a separate small dial. Through in-depth research and reconsideration of the basic principles of watchmaking theory, Jaeger-LeCoultre watchmaking experts successfully created a calendar watch with the ‘Dual-Wing’ bi-wing movement. Its outstanding features ensure accurate timekeeping, which was previously only available in watches without any complications.
More watch details: This watch is the world’s first world time watch that can adjust the second time zone to the minute. The wearer can precisely adjust the second time zone in any country on any continent in the world. The Duomètre Unique Travel Time watch adheres to the technical and aesthetic spirit of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Duomè tre series of wings, emphasizing the superb watchmaking technology of the Grand Workshop of Ru Valley. Precise machinery and elegant temperament embody the essence of all works in the Great Workshop since 1833. The past, present and future are perfectly blended in this unparalleled work.
More watch details: With a diameter of 46 mm, the Master Series Ceramic Chronograph is an accurate timepiece designed for athletes with a global footprint. All display functions are beautifully laid out on the black semi-matte dial, and each item has excellent readability. At the center of the watch are two hollow luminous hands to indicate the hours and minutes, accompanied by a refreshing red chronograph second hand, and a second time zone hand made of filigree crafts set against the side. This layout keeps the watch readable while ensuring that the wearer can get the most important information at a glance. In order to meet the needs of travellers, the dual time zone function of the watch draws on the original ‘local time / destination time’ concept of the watch factory, and adds an indispensable day / night display function, which is located in ‘Jaeger-LeCoultre’ In the window below the text.
More watch details: This watch perfectly inherits historical origins and vividly reproduces the golden age of Art Deco style. Its shape, color and material are the perfect omen of the advent of the era of industrial design, and also the symbol of the peak of handmade art. The ingenious contrast between the chocolate-colored dial and the rose gold case, as well as the traditional decorative engraving on the outside of the dial, are all pleasing and fascinating. The reinterpretation of the aesthetic elements of the prototype model makes this wonderful combination even more irresistible. Except for the number ’12’, the other hour markers are all Barton-shaped, while the minute and hour hands are knife-shaped. The small seconds at 6 o’clock rotates around its small rectangular dial every minute. Without the word ‘REVERSO’ from historical models, nothing can be considered perfect. The word of beauty seems to be inexhaustible, and the emotional connection between the owner of the Reverso watch and his watch began to be concluded from this moment.
More watch details: Adhering to the concept of creating an elegant watch tailored for contemporary women, Jaeger-LeCoultre launches the Rendez-Vous dating watch. The collection embodies the essence of watchmaking since the establishment of the watch factory in 1833, and exudes charming femininity, and time seems to have stopped. Modernity and classics blend into each other and become women’s inseparable companions. This year, the Rendez-Vous dating series added two new works, highlighting the creative creativity of Jaeger-LeCoultre. The watch adopts a new size of the case, which creates a more delicate appearance on the basis of the classic shape. Its new mother-of-pearl dial is decorated with diamond setting, which interprets the feminine style of this series.
More watch details: The round case of the Master Ultra Thin Date is concise and solemn, long and elegant, and the hours are indicated by a central hand. With unique craftsmanship, rich creativity and tenacious patience, each component is expressed in the simplest way. The ultra-thin calendar master watches reinvent the classics and incorporate these qualities into the new work.
More watch details: The Da Minghuo enamel ultra-thin master series watch, wearing a platinum dial watch that can show a traditional craft in the big workshop, has always been the desire of watch lovers, therefore, Master Ultra Thin Grand The Feu Grand Fire Enamel Ultra-Thin Master Series watch came into being. The watch is equipped with the same ultra-thin movement, a further interpretation of the Master Ultra Thin 1907. The Da Ming fire enamel process requires careful firing of the watch surface and is coated with multiple layers of enamel at extremely high temperatures (usually 800-900 degrees Celsius), and few watchmakers can master this process. . If the temperature is too high, it is likely to cause irreparable damage to the work, because only with instinct and rich experience can the watchmaker accurately determine the time when the gold dial is taken out of the kiln.
More watch details: The above is the latest SIHH 2014 cutting-edge information brought to you by the special editor of Watch House. Next, we will provide more and more intuitive exhibition reports, so stay tuned.
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