Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic Tourbillon
Jaeger-LeCoultre has released a new addition to the Geophysic collection – the Tourbillon Universal Time.
You may be wondering, how can LeCoultre managed to improve on its 2015 model? Well, how about a flying Tourbillon, which appears to float in space with the absence of a bridge to its cage.
The new Universal Time Tourbillon is quite an impressive piece. With a satin-brushed finish, the continents move across the central disc every 24 hours, following the pace set by the flying Tourbillon. There is an outer ring featuring 24 cities and a secondary ring outside that with 24-hour indication. As with all world timers, the way you read the time in each city is by lining it up with the hour on the ring next to it.
What will grab the attention of people who lay eyes on the watch will be the accelerated rolling of the Gyrolab Balance wheel along with the balance spring which is handcrafted in the Jaeger- Lecoultre workshops and features a watch anchor, the symbol of the brand.
Water-resistance : 5 bar
Diameter : 43.5mm
Thickness : 14.9mm
Hour - Minute - Map of the world - - 24 time-zones - World time