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Jaeger-LeCoultre has introduced a new model of its Grasp Calendar timepiece, that has a resized 39 mm-diameter circumstance. The design of all present-day Master Calendar timepieces are actually encouraged by a Jaeger-LeCoultre calendar replica watch from 1945, plus the 2013 model shares the identical obvious reduce strains, traditionally-shaped numerals and used hour markers. The Jaeger-LeCoultre signature can also be put at 12 o'clock, and an 'Automatic' inscription seems at six o'clock. Even so, the brand new Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Calendar contains a lesser circumstance built to adapt to your curve from the wrist, that has a diameter of 39 mm and thickness of 10. 6 mm. The replica watch includes a sunburst silver-toned dial, with several hours and minutes indicated by central dauphine-type fingers. The seconds are displayed all over the rim of the subdial at 6 o'clock, which shows the moon stage having an picture of the moon ascending from driving two clouds into a starry sky. Two twelve o'clock apertures screen the day and month, and a extended hand tipped by a crescent moon reveals the date on the dial circumference. A sapphire crystal reveals the Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 866 motion. The Grasp Calendar is on the market with a preference of pink gold or stainless steel case, and comes along with an alligator leather-based strap. This chronograph model readily available in pink or white gold variations is powered by its really possess ‘Incredible Mechanics' in the shape of the RD680 movement with micro-rotor a signature of the Manufacture Roger Dubuis movement expertise dedicated to ensuring excellent performance and optimising manufacturing processes.
And speaking of signatures, this time in a literal sense, that of Mr Roger Dubuis is metallised on the sapphire crystal fitted in the exhibition case-back. The distinctive shapes of bridges, springs and levers are all distinctive features of Roger Dubuis movements, and the 261 parts are individually hand-finished to the standards of uncompromising excellence demanded by the Poinçon de Geneve.
The snailed chronograph counters at 3 and 9 o'clock, complemented by a sweep seconds hand, bear eloquent testimony to the enduring strength of traditional watchmaking as applied to the modern task of accurate timekeeping. The concave bezel juxtaposed with the high flange bearing applied five-minute markers extending the raised applied Roman numerals and subtly lowered centre, all combine to create a mesmerising impression of depth and multiple layers. The latter is in turn further emphasised by the audacious sunray guilloche dial motif which itself echoes the radiating arrangement of the numerals and is picked up on the crown surface. Such intricately interwoven aesthetic elements admirably reflect the complexity of the movement within.
The eminently virile character of this chronograph with its boldly rectangular chronograph pushers and decisively ridged crown is subtly softened by the beautifully rounded curves and the delicately leaf-shaped counterweight on the sweep seconds hand.
Clasped firmly yet gently to the wrist by a brown genuine alligator leather strap secured by a pink gold pin buckle for the pink gold version, or an identical black strap with white gold buckle for the white gold variation, the Hommage Chronograph lives up to a proud heritage while propelling itself firmly towards the future. Shorttime measurement has seldom looked so good.
State-of-the-art watchmaking expertise meets traditional craftsmanship
Hommage chronographs and automatic models share similarly appealing guilloche dials. Guilloche is a traditional decorative technique based on an exquisitely repetitive motif that is often regarded as a symbol of fine watchmaking. As one has come to expect from Roger Dubuis, it is given an inimitable design twist calling for exceptional workmanship typical of the concern for details characterising the Manufacture. As delicate as they are precise and exuding an aura of technical sophistication and aesthetic charm, these dials are extremely
complex to create and take between 20 to 50 minutes to be entirely engraved with this pattern.
True to its custom of lending a contemporary touch to tradition, Roger Dubuis also plays with a blend of tone-on-tone and contrasting colours between the bezel, railway track flange and guilloche pattern, as well as the chronograph counters, markings and numerals. These design elements typical of classical watchmaking, yet reinterpreted in a contemporary manner expressing the unique Roger Dubuis vision of its art, are designed to facilitate reading the indications as well as to enhance visual appeal.
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