Jaeger-LeCoultre, a main driving force behind Swiss Fine Watchmaking is returning with a revamp of the Master Control collection. All three pieces have vintage inspired designs with new upgrades and an incredible new model, the Master Control Chronograph Calendar.
All 3 of these models come in a 40mm stainless steel case, new movements and by denoted by the "Master Control" title, has over 1,000 hours of testing. We're especially excited for these re-introductions and the incredible new Master Control Chronograph Calendar.
Introducing Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Chronograph Calendar
The Master Control collection has been around since 1992 focusing on characterful design and powerful movements. The new Master Control Chronograph Calendar marks the first time for Jaeger-LeCoultre to introduce a Chronograph with a Full Calendar/Triple Calendar (Month, Date, Day) along with the Moonphase complication. While its already not easy to add all of these complications under one roof, the watch sits at an impressive 12.05mm thickness.
The dial is a classical silvered sunray pattern containing a beautiful balance of symmetry and contrast. From the outer rim of the bezel contains the Pulsimeter, a useful complication particularly for doctors to count the number of pulses or heart-beats per minute through the convenient scale marked. Connected to that is the central blued steel chronograph hand which is directly connected to the running small seconds at the 9 o'clock subdial and a 30-minute counter for the chronograph at the 3 o'clock subdial.
In the center of the dial you have the Day and Month windows along with the Date indicator adorned around the beautiful Moonphase complication at 6 o'clock. See more about this incredible new piece below.
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Master Control Date
Master Control Calendar
Master Control Chronograph Calendar