Jaeger-LeCoultre - it's all about control

by 13 June 2012

Jaeger-LeCoultre's Master Control collection is a hallmark for the Swiss watch manufacturer and this year's new Master Ultra Thin Réserve de Marche timepiece achieved further innovations that are getting watch lovers and Jaeger-LeCoultre fans excited. It's thinner, studier and more legibile than ever. It's 39-millimetre-diameter case is slightly smaller than the past, but still has all the great functions powered by the high-frequency Jaeger-LeCoultre automatic Calibre 938. The movement is just 4.9 millimetres wide and just 9.85 millimetres thick. The new Master Ultra Thin Réserve de Marche features sleeker lugs, a sharper silhouette and an easy-to-read dial that let you read the hours, minutes and small seconds. And the 42-hour power reserve, 'Réserve de Marche,' is clearly displayed so you know when to wind the watch. Choose from a steel or pink gold version.

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