Jaeger-LeCoultre Duometre a Spherotoubillon features Dual-Wing mechanism


Jaeger-LeCoultre’s newest Duometre, a Spherotourbillon, which is a mouthful to say, is equipped with a Dual-Wing concept that features a revolutionary mechanical movement with two separate mechanisms. Each of these mechanisms is independent of the other and has a supply of its own energy source. This source is housed in a single case and is in charge of powering time indications and driving additional functions. This watch is the first watch to be adjustable to 1/2 second. In this watch, Jaeger-LeCoultre has fabricated an additional axis to achieve a three-dimensional rotation movement which allows it to be effective in each and every position. It also spins around a second axis, which is inclined at 20 degrees.

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The tourbillon is made of titanium with a diameter of 11.50 mm weighs only 0.518 gms. Appearance-wise a lot of thought has gone into designing and creating this watch. The handcrafted bridges are non-treaded nickel silver, and the parts are decorated with sun-ray patterns. The case is 42 mm, and the dial exhibits hours, minutes, and seconds along with the reset system, date, age, and phase of the moon.
Duometre a Spherotourbillon is available in 18-carat pink gold, and the platinum version is limited to 75 pieces only.
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