Jaeger-LeCoultre adds two new time-keepers to the Geophysic line-up

Jaeger-LeCoultre has a rich history of creating some of the finest timepieces in the world. Each of these watches is more or less a work of art, with extremely attractive exteriors and highly advanced insides. The company has vowed to wow yet again, with the new Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic True Second and Universal Time watches. Both of these watches are simply outstanding, each sporting a character of its own. The Geophysic True Second is a cleanly-cut, crisp and non-complicated watch that’s available in stainless steel and 18k rose gold. The watch is elegant and sports the new Caliber 770 movement by Jaeger-LeCoultre. Measuring in at just 11.5 mm thin, the watch is a fine piece of minimalism, complete with a 40 hour power reserve and 274 components bringing it to life.

The Geophysic Universal Time on the other hand chooses to swing towards an organized-clutter, sporting the Caliber 772 movement. Though the watch is based on the aforementioned True Second, it’s completely unique and is a true world-timer. The watch sports a Gyrolab balance wheel and a gold oscillating wheel. Capable of displaying time from 24 different time zones at once, this one’s also available in stainless steel and rose gold options. When it comes to pricing, the Geophyic Universal Time is priced at $15,000 in stainless steel and $25,000 in gold. The Geophysic True Second on the other hand is priced at $9,050 in steel, and $17,500 in red gold.

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