Jaeger-LeCoultre has unveiled the new Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve in pink gold, a timepiece that seamlessly blends elegance and functionality. This watch stands out with its clean lines, well-structured dial, and user-friendly features.
The midnight-blue dial serves as a captivating backdrop for the elongated hour markers and Dauphine hands, meticulously crafted with a polished and satin finish. These elements contrast beautifully with the warm, pink gold case. The dial’s design showcases opaline counters, creating a harmonious aesthetic. On the left, the power reserve indicator with a zero level indication in red; on the right, the date hand; and at 6 o’clock, the small seconds sub-dial.
The navy-blue alligator leather strap complements the dial’s intense blue, creating a cohesive and striking look. The transparent sapphire crystal case-back offers a view of the Calibre 938, consisting of nearly 300 components, and provides an impressive 70 hours of power reserve.
The Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve achieves balance and readability with its large sub-dials, making it easy to check the watch’s functions at a glance. This watch is a testament to Jaeger-LeCoultre’s commitment to watchmaking excellence, featuring a power reserve gauge, small seconds counter, and an elegant date display.
Priced at $21,200, this timepiece carries the legacy of Jaeger-LeCoultre’s pioneering work in watchmaking, including the introduction of the Powermatic in 1948, the world’s first self-winding timepiece with a power reserve gauge. With its timeless design and impressive features, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Power Reserve is a symbol of horological craftsmanship and innovation.
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