Savoir-faire of haute horlogerie
Founded in 1833, the Grande Maison Jaeger-LeCoultre delights connoisseurs of fine watchmaking.
Honouring the inventive spirit of the founder Antoine LeCoultre, artisans fuse expertise and creativity and present collections that are as surprising as they are sophisticated: Reverso, Master, Rendez-Vous, Duomètre and Geophysic®. A protagonist in the area of Haute Horlogerie, Maison Jaeger-LeCoultre has developed 1,249 mechanical calibres and holds 413 registered patents, all contributing to the wealth of the Jaeger-LeCoultre heritage.
To mark the 85th anniversary of the iconic Reverso timepiece in 2016, Jaeger-LeCoultre reveals the unexpected and showcases a new vision. The unique history of each Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece begins in the Vallée de Joux in Switzerland and springs to life on the wrist of those who wear it and make it their own.
Clear-cut lines and elegant shapes giving pride of place to functions: the Master collection returns to the fundamentals of the classic round watch.
A long time ago, back in 1931, in a dusty vortex and to the accompaniment of horses’ hooves hammering, an idea was born: a watch with a dial that could protect itself from shocks, all the while offering a personalized engraved background.
The Geophysic® collection reveals a powerful and innovative horological content that is expressed through classic characteristics. This refined and contemporary creation asserts its masculine nature in a number of subtle ways.
For delicate and refined women, Jaeger-LeCoultre created the Rendez-Vous line. Gracefully rounded, designed in pure Art Deco style, it accompanies elegant ladies around the clock.
The unique technical nature and distinctive styling of the Duomètre clearly place it in the most exclusive echelons of watchmaking fine art. Its new-generation movement is based on an unprecedented concept nicknamed Dual-Wing. A genuine revolution in terms of watchmaking precision, the Dual-Wing concept is composed of two separate watch mechanisms connected by a shared regulating organ.