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Jaeger-Lecoultre Master Calendar KShs55,000.00

Jaeger Lecoultre Master Calendar

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar
Useful functions along with understated elegance combined with remarkable design work: the Master Calendar is in a class of its own. And the new model revealed by the Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre in 2013 further accentuates this originality: it possesses all the attributes that have forged the success of the Master Control line, as well as the characteristics of a timepiece that has written some of the finest chapters in watchmaking history. Nonetheless, its enduring appeal shows up in a subtly different interpretation featuring a resized 39 mm-diameter case.
In 1945, Jaeger-LeCoultre unveiled a calendar watch featuring the kind of pure lines that asserted themselves throughout the latter half of the 20th century. It served as a source of inspiration for all the contemporary Master Calendar models, and continues to appeal to watchmaking enthusiasts with a taste for elegance and precision.
The exact order of the useful functions is clearly apparent on the sunburst silver-toned dial: the eye almost instinctively perceives the main indications of the watch, the hours and minutes shown by central dauphine-type hands. The mind can then focus on the additional information provided: the day of the week and the month appearing in two 12 o’clock apertures, and the seconds read off around the rim of a sub dial at 6 o’clock. The latter is devoted to displaying the moon phase which, in keeping with tradition, appears to peep out between two clouds and to ascend into the star-studded sky. As the soul revels in these celestial wonders, the gaze naturally sets off to discover a new indication appearing at the far end of a long hand tipped by a crescent moon sweeping gently around the date to which it points on a graduated scale running from 1 to 31 and arranged around the dial circumference.
The Master Calendar comes in two versions: one in pink gold and the other in stainless steel – each framing a silver-toned sunburst dial. The pink gold model is teamed with an alligator leather strap secured by a matching pin buckle, while the alligator strap of the stainless steel version comes with an equally matching folding clasp.
Water-resistant to 5 atmospheres, the case is equipped with a sapphire crystal revealing the movement – Jaeger-Lecoultre Caliber 866 – featuring components graced with traditional Fine Watchmaking finishes. Once again, the Manufacture has achieved the tour de force of providing a fresh interpretation of perfection. The magic is as potent as ever and the aficionado’s heart beats a little bit faster: the Master Calendar is now more quintessentially horological than ever.

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Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve KShs32,500.00

Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve

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Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve
With long dauphine hands and round cases, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin collection is heavily inspired by the timepieces produced by the brand during the 1950’s. Even while being one of the thinnest watches in the world, the collection is filled with complications such as tourbillon, moon phase, and power reserve indicator. Inside the Master Ultra Thin Small Seconds series, the small seconds sub-dial is fixed at the 6 o’clock marker whereas, the Ultra Thin Date series has a date window at the 6 o’clock position. The Master Ultra Thin Moon series has the moon phase indicator at 6 o’clock and the date is marked by a small hand inside the same sub-dial. The collection is also home to the Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve series. Inside the Power Reserve series, the power reserve indicator, the date sub-dial, and the small seconds are fixed at the 10, 2, and 6 o’clock markers, respectively.

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Jaeger-Lecoultre Master Calendar

Jaeger Lecoultre Master Calendar

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar
Useful functions along with understated elegance combined with remarkable design work: the Master Calendar is in a class of its own. And the new model revealed by the Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre in 2013 further accentuates this originality: it possesses all the attributes that have forged the success of the Master Control line, as well as the characteristics of a timepiece that has written some of the finest chapters in watchmaking history. Nonetheless, its enduring appeal shows up in a subtly different interpretation featuring a resized 39 mm-diameter case.
In 1945, Jaeger-LeCoultre unveiled a calendar watch featuring the kind of pure lines that asserted themselves throughout the latter half of the 20th century. It served as a source of inspiration for all the contemporary Master Calendar models, and continues to appeal to watchmaking enthusiasts with a taste for elegance and precision.
The exact order of the useful functions is clearly apparent on the sunburst silver-toned dial: the eye almost instinctively perceives the main indications of the watch, the hours and minutes shown by central dauphine-type hands. The mind can then focus on the additional information provided: the day of the week and the month appearing in two 12 o’clock apertures, and the seconds read off around the rim of a sub dial at 6 o’clock. The latter is devoted to displaying the moon phase which, in keeping with tradition, appears to peep out between two clouds and to ascend into the star-studded sky. As the soul revels in these celestial wonders, the gaze naturally sets off to discover a new indication appearing at the far end of a long hand tipped by a crescent moon sweeping gently around the date to which it points on a graduated scale running from 1 to 31 and arranged around the dial circumference.
The Master Calendar comes in two versions: one in pink gold and the other in stainless steel – each framing a silver-toned sunburst dial. The pink gold model is teamed with an alligator leather strap secured by a matching pin buckle, while the alligator strap of the stainless steel version comes with an equally matching folding clasp.
Water-resistant to 5 atmospheres, the case is equipped with a sapphire crystal revealing the movement – Jaeger-Lecoultre Caliber 866 – featuring components graced with traditional Fine Watchmaking finishes. Once again, the Manufacture has achieved the tour de force of providing a fresh interpretation of perfection. The magic is as potent as ever and the aficionado’s heart beats a little bit faster: the Master Calendar is now more quintessentially horological than ever.

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KShs55,000.00 Add to cartCompare
Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve

Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve

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Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve
With long dauphine hands and round cases, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin collection is heavily inspired by the timepieces produced by the brand during the 1950’s. Even while being one of the thinnest watches in the world, the collection is filled with complications such as tourbillon, moon phase, and power reserve indicator. Inside the Master Ultra Thin Small Seconds series, the small seconds sub-dial is fixed at the 6 o’clock marker whereas, the Ultra Thin Date series has a date window at the 6 o’clock position. The Master Ultra Thin Moon series has the moon phase indicator at 6 o’clock and the date is marked by a small hand inside the same sub-dial. The collection is also home to the Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve series. Inside the Power Reserve series, the power reserve indicator, the date sub-dial, and the small seconds are fixed at the 10, 2, and 6 o’clock markers, respectively.

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KShs32,500.00 Add to cartCompare
Jaeger-Lecoultre Master Calendar

Jaeger Lecoultre Master Calendar

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar
Useful functions along with understated elegance combined with remarkable design work: the Master Calendar is in a class of its own. And the new model revealed by the Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre in 2013 further accentuates this originality: it possesses all the attributes that have forged the success of the Master Control line, as well as the characteristics of a timepiece that has written some of the finest chapters in watchmaking history. Nonetheless, its enduring appeal shows up in a subtly different interpretation featuring a resized 39 mm-diameter case.
In 1945, Jaeger-LeCoultre unveiled a calendar watch featuring the kind of pure lines that asserted themselves throughout the latter half of the 20th century. It served as a source of inspiration for all the contemporary Master Calendar models, and continues to appeal to watchmaking enthusiasts with a taste for elegance and precision.
The exact order of the useful functions is clearly apparent on the sunburst silver-toned dial: the eye almost instinctively perceives the main indications of the watch, the hours and minutes shown by central dauphine-type hands. The mind can then focus on the additional information provided: the day of the week and the month appearing in two 12 o’clock apertures, and the seconds read off around the rim of a sub dial at 6 o’clock. The latter is devoted to displaying the moon phase which, in keeping with tradition, appears to peep out between two clouds and to ascend into the star-studded sky. As the soul revels in these celestial wonders, the gaze naturally sets off to discover a new indication appearing at the far end of a long hand tipped by a crescent moon sweeping gently around the date to which it points on a graduated scale running from 1 to 31 and arranged around the dial circumference.
The Master Calendar comes in two versions: one in pink gold and the other in stainless steel – each framing a silver-toned sunburst dial. The pink gold model is teamed with an alligator leather strap secured by a matching pin buckle, while the alligator strap of the stainless steel version comes with an equally matching folding clasp.
Water-resistant to 5 atmospheres, the case is equipped with a sapphire crystal revealing the movement – Jaeger-Lecoultre Caliber 866 – featuring components graced with traditional Fine Watchmaking finishes. Once again, the Manufacture has achieved the tour de force of providing a fresh interpretation of perfection. The magic is as potent as ever and the aficionado’s heart beats a little bit faster: the Master Calendar is now more quintessentially horological than ever.

KShs55,000.00 Add to cartCompare
Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve

Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve

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Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve
With long dauphine hands and round cases, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin collection is heavily inspired by the timepieces produced by the brand during the 1950’s. Even while being one of the thinnest watches in the world, the collection is filled with complications such as tourbillon, moon phase, and power reserve indicator. Inside the Master Ultra Thin Small Seconds series, the small seconds sub-dial is fixed at the 6 o’clock marker whereas, the Ultra Thin Date series has a date window at the 6 o’clock position. The Master Ultra Thin Moon series has the moon phase indicator at 6 o’clock and the date is marked by a small hand inside the same sub-dial. The collection is also home to the Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve series. Inside the Power Reserve series, the power reserve indicator, the date sub-dial, and the small seconds are fixed at the 10, 2, and 6 o’clock markers, respectively.

KShs32,500.00 Add to cartCompare
Jaeger-Lecoultre Master Calendar

Jaeger Lecoultre Master Calendar

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar
Useful functions along with understated elegance combined with remarkable design work: the Master Calendar is in a class of its own. And the new model revealed by the Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre in 2013 further accentuates this originality: it possesses all the attributes that have forged the success of the Master Control line, as well as the characteristics of a timepiece that has written some of the finest chapters in watchmaking history. Nonetheless, its enduring appeal shows up in a subtly different interpretation featuring a resized 39 mm-diameter case.
In 1945, Jaeger-LeCoultre unveiled a calendar watch featuring the kind of pure lines that asserted themselves throughout the latter half of the 20th century. It served as a source of inspiration for all the contemporary Master Calendar models, and continues to appeal to watchmaking enthusiasts with a taste for elegance and precision.
The exact order of the useful functions is clearly apparent on the sunburst silver-toned dial: the eye almost instinctively perceives the main indications of the watch, the hours and minutes shown by central dauphine-type hands. The mind can then focus on the additional information provided: the day of the week and the month appearing in two 12 o’clock apertures, and the seconds read off around the rim of a sub dial at 6 o’clock. The latter is devoted to displaying the moon phase which, in keeping with tradition, appears to peep out between two clouds and to ascend into the star-studded sky. As the soul revels in these celestial wonders, the gaze naturally sets off to discover a new indication appearing at the far end of a long hand tipped by a crescent moon sweeping gently around the date to which it points on a graduated scale running from 1 to 31 and arranged around the dial circumference.
The Master Calendar comes in two versions: one in pink gold and the other in stainless steel – each framing a silver-toned sunburst dial. The pink gold model is teamed with an alligator leather strap secured by a matching pin buckle, while the alligator strap of the stainless steel version comes with an equally matching folding clasp.
Water-resistant to 5 atmospheres, the case is equipped with a sapphire crystal revealing the movement – Jaeger-Lecoultre Caliber 866 – featuring components graced with traditional Fine Watchmaking finishes. Once again, the Manufacture has achieved the tour de force of providing a fresh interpretation of perfection. The magic is as potent as ever and the aficionado’s heart beats a little bit faster: the Master Calendar is now more quintessentially horological than ever.

KShs55,000.00 Add to cartCompare
Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve

Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve

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Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve
With long dauphine hands and round cases, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin collection is heavily inspired by the timepieces produced by the brand during the 1950’s. Even while being one of the thinnest watches in the world, the collection is filled with complications such as tourbillon, moon phase, and power reserve indicator. Inside the Master Ultra Thin Small Seconds series, the small seconds sub-dial is fixed at the 6 o’clock marker whereas, the Ultra Thin Date series has a date window at the 6 o’clock position. The Master Ultra Thin Moon series has the moon phase indicator at 6 o’clock and the date is marked by a small hand inside the same sub-dial. The collection is also home to the Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve series. Inside the Power Reserve series, the power reserve indicator, the date sub-dial, and the small seconds are fixed at the 10, 2, and 6 o’clock markers, respectively.

KShs32,500.00 Add to cartCompare

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