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The Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic Tourbillon Universal Time has something unique: it combines a world timer and a tourbillon for the first time ever. Its design is based on the Geophysic Universal Time that was introduced in 2015. So it looks colorful too.
The watch houses the Jaeger-LeCoultre caliber 948, an automatic with a solid 22K pink gold winding rotor. The power-reserve is 48 hours. Interesting is the Gyrolab balance that Jaeger developed. A rounded H-shaped balance that reaches a higher level of efficiency and therefor accuracy compared to a standard circular balance wheel. It’s only used in the Geophysic collection.
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic Tourbillon Universal Time is limited to 100 pieces
The solid platinum case measures 43.5 millimeters in diameter and is 11.24 millimeters thick, quite impressive. The dial shows a map of the world, shown from the top and it’s a little domed with guilloché decoration. The main attraction, the tourbillon, takes a bite from the city ring. Around that is the rotating 24-hour ring which can be adjusted by the crown. The dual time system is easy: set your time zone, only change the hour hand to adjust local time and that’s it.
This Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic Tourbillon Universal Time is limited to 100 pieces.
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Jaeger-LeCoultre caliber 948 | Automatic | Parts: 375 | Jewels: 42 | Hours, minutes, seconds, dual time | Tourbillon | Power-reserve: 48 hours
|Case & dial:
43.5 mm ] Solid platinum | Thickness: 11.24 mm | Sapphire crystal | Guilloché dial | Baton-type hands with Super-LumiNova |
Dark blue leather | Folding clasp
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