Founded in 1833 from Antoine LeCoultre, Jaeger LeCoultre is a favorite Swiss watch and clock maker. Jaeger LeCoultre has made hundreds of tens of thousands and watches of calibres, including the world’s smallest calibre and is based in Le Sentier, Switzerland. Let us take a look at some noteworthy watch models from the brand’s Polaris collection.
Jaeger LeCoultre Master Ultra-Thin
It’s an instance measuring 39mm in diameter (which is comparatively larger than the ones produced from the late 1990s and early 2000s) and 9.2mm in thickness.
The case comes with crystals on either side. In addition, it is equipped. The motion it utilizes will be JLC calibre 868.
A member of the Master Ultra-Thin family, the Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin Moon watch surfaced at SIHH 2012. The watch features beautiful dial versions in 3 choices — rose gold with an eggshell beige dial, rose gold and stainless steel with a silver dial. The case measures 39mm in diameter and 9.9mm in height. What distinguishes it from JLC watches is its own moon-phase sub-dial in the 6 o’clock position. Using its calibre 925, 30 jewels are contained by it and has a power reserve.
Polaris watches will be those which may serve as both a dress watch and a sports watch. The collection is based on the Memovox Polaris watch that found in 1968. However, of course, that the Polaris collection has contemporary specifications and attributes.
At the SIHH exhibition, Jaeger LeCoultre published 5 new versions of this Polaris collection in 2018. Among the 5 models, one is a limited edition that celebrates Memovox’s 50th anniversary.