At the recently held SIHH (Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie) 2017 event in Geneva, premium watchmaker Jaeger-LeCoultre unveiled its latest model in the Geophysic True Second series. This is the first ever Universal Time watch from Jaeger-LeCoultre which comes fitted with a flying tourbillon right there at the 4’oclock position.
Upon having a close observation at the dial of ‘True Second’ models, you will find the center part of the dial representing continents in a stain-brushed finish and surround dark blue ocean are mounted on a revolving disc. Surrounding the center part is the list of countries distributed as per the geographies and a 24-hour numeral markings completing the circuit.
While the other appearances and technicals have been kept the same with the platinum 43.5mm case being water-resistant to 50 meters of depth.
Interchangeable and Adjustable Bracelet Mechanism for Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic True Second
In addition to adding the Tourbillon functionality to the watch, Jaeger-LeCoultre has introduced their new interchangeable and adjustable bracelets with an option between the leather and steel versions.
These new bracelet options add a whole new level of different elegance, aesthetics, and charm to its models. The steel bracelet variant has got a premium finish with sating-brushed polished links. Moreover, its adjustable lets you adjust the length of the bracelet up to 5mm at the clasp, without the need for any kind of additional tool. Also, the bracelet features a unique lever system that allows the user to swap the strap at absolute ease and comfort without the need of any kind of tool.