Thursday, March 6, 2014

JLC’s New Watch Honors The Brand’s 1928 Pocket Watch


Jaeger-LeCoultre fans were able to catch a glimpse of the Master Grande Tradition à Quantième Perpétuel 8 Jours SQ timepiece during the SIHH 2014, but the brand’s experts have now released the full specifications regarding this luxurious product. Built honoring the famed 1928 pocket watch by Jaeger-LeCoultre, the Tradition à Quantième Perpétuel 8 Jours SQ is a remarkable timepiece that impresses with a fabulous design, impeccable accuracy and a deep heritage.


The JLC 8 Jours SQ movement that powers this amazing piece is actually an improved version of the Master Eight Days Perpetual that was released in 2004. This thin yet highly complex movement features 260 parts out of which 37 are magnificent jewels. With a single glance on the dial, the user receives instant information regarding the power reserve, moonphase, date and time.


The case is made out of white gold, measures just 42mm and houses the skeletonized movement as well as 3 grained and silvered dials. Furthermore, the rims of the movement flaunt grand feu champlevé enamel rings that can be admired in their entire splendor from the front and the back sides of the watch.



Highly exclusive and available only upon request, the Master Grande Tradition à Quantième Perpétuel 8 Jours SQ timepiece is limited to just 200 units worldwide.


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