First unveiled in 1992, it’s been 25 years since Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Master control collection was created. To celebrate this, they have added to the line with three new pieces. The Master Control Date, the Master Chronograph, and the Master Geographic.

All three timeless pieces possess a vintage charm, driven by automatic movements and enhanced with shades of blue. Complimenting this, a strap of alligator leather. On the face of each watch, a circular satin-brushed finish in the outer section sets off the opaline finish at the heart of the dial. Allowing light to bounce off at different angles, ensuring the indications are easy to read.

Master Control Date

 

jlc_dateThis watch features clean, rounded lines reflecting a genuine charm. Automatic movement housed in a 39mm case, the Master Control is a reassuring presence on the wrist, ideal for gentleman who want watch that suits any occasion.

Technical characteristics

  • Automatic mechanical movement, Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 899/1
  • 38-hour power reserve
  • 30mm in height
  • Stainless steel case with a Sapphire crystal back.
  • Water resistance: 5 bar
  • Skeletonised baton hands
  • Pin buckle strap

Master Chronograph

Offering a more contemporary design, the two-push pieces housed on the case-band make it easy to use. With its two counters indicating hours and minutes set out perfectly on the dial, their shades of blue are echoed in the blued stainless steel hands. This automatic watch has a sporty feel, and its 40-mm diameter case adds even more distinction to the wrist.

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Technical characteristics

  • Automatic mechanical movement, Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 751G
  • 65-hour power reserve
  • 72mm in height
  • Stainless steel case
  • Water resistance: 5 bar
  • Skeletonised baton hands
  • Pin buckle strap

Master Geographic

For the gentleman who like to travel, the aperture in the lower section of this watch dial displays the names of 24 world cities, representing all the time zones. A crown set at 10 o’clock makes adjusting the indicator of the second-time zone far too simple. Designed in signature blue, the design has a fresh feel without removing its class.

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Technical characteristics

  • Automatic mechanical movement, Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 939A/1
  • 43-hour power reserve
  • Second time zone
  • Stainless steel case, 39mm in diameter with a Sapphire crystal back
  • Water resistance: 5 bar
  • Skeletonised baton hands
  • Pin buckle strap

Three luxurious watches that cater to the needs of any successful gentleman.

 Watches, from £4800 at JAEGER-LECOULTRE