Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon Featured

The innovative movement writes a new chapter in the history of tourbillons
by 13 March 2012

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon writes a new chapter in the history of tourbillons. Since the movement’s invention in the 18th century, it has gone through numerous reinventions, but Jaeger-LeCoultre's innovation is one to be remembered. With the slender mechanical automatic in-house Calibre 982 just 6.44 millimetres thick, the Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon showcases the turning orbit with a filigree bridge, which provides a great view of the movement. The exclusive pink gold case and hour makers, and eggshell-white dial are a contemporary classic design. What's most impressive is that the watch is just 11.3 millimetres thick.