Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Moon 39mm Q1362501
In 1903 Jacques-David LeCoultre rose to the challenge set by Swiss watch manufacturers Edmond Jaeger to create the ‘world's thinnest movements’ which in turn led to the joining of Jaeger and LeCoultre. As a longstanding specialist in ultra thin watches Jaeger-LeCoultre has introduced the Master Ultra Thin collection which includes clear-cut lines and is reminiscent of the classic round watch.
Swiss made hand-wound timepiece with calibre Jaeger-LeCoultre 925 movement, 28,800 alternations per hour, and a 43 hour power reserve with 30 jewels and 246 pieces with the movement measuring only 4.9mm thickness. 39mm 18-carat rose gold case with a diamond encrusted bezel (80 diamonds, 0.57 ct.), glare-proof sapphire crystal and an open caseback displaying the movement. Beige dial with moon-phase display, gilt markers and Alpha hands. The contrast provided by the moon phase and different finishes on the dial brings the watch to life.
Secured by brown alligator strap with folding clasp. Water resistant to 50 metres. Every watch made by Jaeger-LeCoultre has passed their 1000-hour control tests to ensure the watches produced retain their high-quality status.