Straight from the Master Collection, the Jaeger-LeCoultre (JLC) Master Geographic Stainless Steel Men’s Watch is a stunning example of luxury design fashioned for the sophisticated man. This well-crafted Swiss timepiece has some unique design and functional aspects that makes this Master Geographic a perfect dress watch to impress.
This 39mm stainless steel timepiece features a stunning silver dial with a sun ray-brushed finish that truly sets this watch apart. This classic analogue watch features an Arabic 12 numeral and pairs it with stunning silver-tone indexes that mark the hours. With sub dials, a power reserve indicator, scratch resistant genuine Sapphire, an alligator leather strap, skeleton backing, and an incredible Swiss-made JLC 34-jewel automatic movement, this men’s Master Geographic will give you everything from World Time, power reserve, the time, date, and a Chronograph function.
This JLC luxury timepiece uses a self-winding automatic movement with 34 jewels, 1 barrel, and a v.p.h. of 28,800. The engine is a Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 939A/1 (also referred to as JLC 939), which keeps track of the hour, minute, second, date, and power reserve. Using 310 pieces in total, this Swiss-made automatic movement will give wearers a 43-hour power reserve.
The positive aspects of this timepiece are nearly countless. First off, the high quality stainless steel case is 39mm in diameter and features a skeleton back that shows off the gorgeous JLC 939 calibre automatic Swiss movement. The front features a genuine scratch resistant Sapphire crystal window that protects the stunning silver dial that complements the steel of the case and fixed bezel. The 12 o’clock position features an Arabic numeral while the remaining hours utilize applied silver, pointed indexes. The hour and minute hands are a solid silver tone while the long, thin minute hand is blued.
Now, the great part — the dial design. At the 2 o’clock position is a silver sub dial with a blue hand that tracks the day of the month (date) via Arabic numerals. The 6 o’clock sub dial is a 12 hour with two small, blue sub dial hands. The very small dial to the left of the 6 o’clock sub dial fills with blue as the 12 and 24-hour marks pass, allowing the wearer to see AM and PM.
Finally, sweeping across the dial from nearly 8 o’clock to 11 o’clock, is a power reserve indicator. With another gorgeous blued hand, this sub dial sweeps from 0 to just past the 40-hour mark (the power reserve is 43 hours on this timepiece), so you can always keep track of the power reserve when the timepiece is not being worn. Because this timepiece goes a step above the rest, the beautiful design extends further with a World Time sweeping sub dial at the outer rim of the silver dial between the 4 and 8 o’clock positions.
This luxury JLC Master Geographic Stainless Steel Men’s Watch is a well-designed and perfectly oiled machine. With a high-grade movement and flawless functionality, this timepiece … Read the rest ...