With the dial crafted from meteorite, the latest timepiece from Jaeger-LeCoultre is essentially an extraterrestrial variant of Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar that was first launched in 2013. The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar with a Meteorite stone dial remains true to its original design, except that it now comes with light anthracite colored dial made from thinly sliced and finished piece of iron meteorite discovered in Sweden that have fallen upon our planet from the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
The watch is imbued with marvels as vast as the space itself. It comes with an elegant 39mm case made of stainless steel or 18k pink gold and adorned with two sapphire crystals. It has a mechanical automatic winding movement, Calibre 866 and a triple calendar dial layout with apertures and a date pointer.
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar with a Meteorite stone dial will be unveiled at the 2015 edition of the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) watch fair in Geneva, Switzerland.
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