Jaeger-LeCoultre and Aston Martin present AMVOX7 the first vertical trigger chronograph

The Partnership between Jaeger LeCoultre and Aston Martin has over eight years produced several amazing time pieces such as the AMVOX2, AMVOX3 and the AMVOX5. So to celebrate the eight anniversary of this amazing partnership, they have created the first vertical trigger chronograph watch, AMVOX7. This latest addition to the AMVOX family has a 65-hour power reserve, 756 automatic mechanical calibers and a frequency of 28,000 vibrations per hour. Like it’s predecessors the AMVOX7 will please lovers of both, fine watches and motor sports. The first thing to catch your eye when you view this unique timepiece is the motif on the dial; it reproduces the design of the radiator grille on Aston Martin’s latest model, Vanquish. Since 2005 when the vertical chronograph technology was first introduced, it has revolutionized the way that athletes time their performances.

It’s impossible not to draw a comparison between this incredible timepiece and the motor of the new Aston Martin Vanquish. The AMVOX7’s motor is based on principles of robustness, reliability and accuracy much like that of the Vanquish.

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