AMVOX 2

  • Photo by Claude Joray
    Photo by Claude Joray
  • Photo by Claude Joray
    Photo by Claude Joray
  • Photo by Claude Joray
    Photo by Claude Joray
  • Photo by Claude Joray
    Photo by Claude Joray
  • Photo by Claude Joray
  • Photo by Claude Joray
  • Photo by Claude Joray
  • Photo by Claude Joray

    The AMVOX 2 features an automatic movement with a 65-hour power reserve and vertical trigger chronograph for hour, minute, and second. Inside Information: The Jaeger-LeCoultre and Aston Martin partnership made headlines in 2006 when they unveiled a patented vertical-trigger chronograph. This mechanism makes it possible to start, stop, and reset the chronograph simply by pressing on the sapphire crystal of the watch case. The driver’s watch now boasts two new limited editions, one in pink gold and the other in titanium, featuring high-tech aesthetics and top-flight performances inspired by the Aston Martin DBS.

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