While minute repeater construction is a subjective art form at some companies, at Jaeger-LeCoultre it is absolutely a science.
The sport of polo has made several sartorial contributions to Western culture.
Although you can buy this watch only as a set with two of the company's other high complications, the Grande Sonnerie is still a collectible achievement in musical watchmaking.
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Gyrotourbillon is hardly a squared retread of 2004’s landmark multi-axis tourbillon.
This watch has a crystal-clear sound plus a power reserve of 15 days and displays the torque released by its two barrels.
Representing a world first, the Grande Complication A Triptyque offers three dimensions of time expressed on three faces.
The Master Compressor Diving Pro Geographic, which is recognizable by its 46.3-mm diameter, houses a new Geographic sports movement.
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.
With two back-to-back dials featuring a double set of hands turning in opposite directions, yet powered by a single movement, this watch is quite a feat.
On the cutting edge of horological techniques, the Squadra embodies another dimension of the Reverso.
The AMVOX 2 features an automatic movement with a 65-hour power reserve and vertical trigger chronograph for hour, minute, and second.
The Master Tourbillon is available in a limited edition of 300 pieces, featuring an automatic movement in a 43-mm platinum case on a crocodile strap.