Master Compressor Extreme World Chronograph

    The Master Compressor Extreme World uses an automatic Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 752, crafted and decorated by hand. The watch has a 45-hour power reserve and 279 parts. In addition to regular time display, the watch shows time in 24 time zones and has a mechanical alarm. The 46.3-mm case comes in satin-brushed grade 5 titanium or in steel-satin-brushed grade 5 titanium. Inside Information: This watch is available in the Valentino Rossi version, Master Compressor Extreme W-Alarm 46, a limited series that replaces some of the time zones on the dial with the names of MotoGP racetracks.

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