Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon

Q6086520

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Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon

Brand  : Jaeger-LeCoultre
Collection  : Duomètre
Model  : Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon
Reference  : Q6086520
Nber of pieces : 75
Complement : Platinum - Aliigator Strap
On sale : 2015

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  • Brand  : Jaeger-LeCoultre
    Collection  : Duomètre
    Model  : Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon
    Reference  : Q6086520
    Nber of pieces : 75
    Complement : Platinum - Aliigator Strap
    On sale : 2015
    List Price : 300 000 €
    Diameter : 42 mm
    Thickness : 14.3 mm
    Styles : Atypical
    High Horology
    Types : Hand-winding
    Calibre : Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 389
    Calibre distinction : Hand decorated
    Complication : Tourbillon
    Moon Phases
    24-Hour Indicator
    Power Reserve Indicator
    Seconds Reset (Flyback)
    Second Time Zone (GMT)
    Small Seconds
    Case material : Platinum
    Case peculiarity : Sapphire caseback
    Lateral case opening revealing the Sphérotourbillon
    Shape : Round
    Water-resistance : 30 meters
    Dial : Grained
    Dial color : Silver
    Display : Hands
    Indexes : Baton-type
    Arabic numerals
    Glass : Domed
    Sapphire
    Strap material : Alligator leather
    Strap color : Black
    Strap clasp : Pin buckle
    + More characteristics : Movement
    Mechanical manually-wound movement. Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 389. crafted. assembled and decorated by hand. nickel silver bridges and mainplate
    2 barrels
    45-hour power reserve
    476 parts
    56 jewels
    10.45 mm thick
    33.70 mm in diameter
     
    Sphérotourbillon
    105 parts
    Tourbillon carriage: grade 5 titanium 
    Total rotation speed: 30 seconds for a complete turn  
    2 combined movements.
    Carriage axis rotation speed: 15 seconds for a complete turn
    Carriage rotation speed : 30 seconds for a complete turn
    Tilt of the carriage: 20°
    Diameter of the carriage: 11.50 mm
    Weight of the carriage: 0.518 grams
    14-carat gold balance wheel with 14-carat gold eccentric inertia-blocks. inertia = 12.5 mg.cm2
    21.600 vibrations per hour  
    Cylindrical balance-spring
     
    Functions
    Hour. minute and small seconds with flyback function
    2 Power reserves: one for the regulating organ and one for the functions
    Moon-phase indication with one day of deviation every 3887 years  
    Second time zone 24-hour display
    Sphérotourbillon
     
    Case
    Platinum
    Polished and satin-brushed finish  
    One crown to wind the watch. set the time and adjust the moon-phase display
    One push-piece at 2 o’clock to activate the small seconds flyback function
     
    Dial
    Grained. silver-toned  
    4N appliques
    Hands
    Hours and minutes: “leaf”-type 
    Small seconds : baton-type with pear-shaped counterweight. blued steel
     
    Strap
    Hand-sewn alligator leather with platinum High-End pin buckle

DESCRIPTION

  • SIHH 2015

    JAEGER-LECOULTRE

    From earth to moon, the Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon  balances aesthetic harmony with precision 

     
    Whether it comes to the effects of gravity on the earth, the discrepancy that creeps into the moon-phase indication, or the impact on a watch’s precision when a complication is activated, the Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon of Jaeger-LeCoultre invented its own solutions.
     
    The Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon expresses its strength of character through the realm of calendar-type horological complications. Equipped with a moon-phase display endowed with a reliability stemming from lengthy research, it embodies the age-old wisdom of traditional astronomy as well as the inventive power of Jaeger-LeCoultre.
     
    An awe-inspiring moon phase

    A classic moon phase shows a one-day discrepancy every two and a half years. For a Jaeger-LeCoultre Perpetual Calendar, that difference amounts to just one day every 122 years. The Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon is from a whole different galaxy, since when its moon phase is properly adjusted, it is designed to remain accurate for a full 3,887 years! From this sense of verging on eternity stems the depth and beauty of Fine Watchmaking. 
     
    For the Grande Maison, pushing boundaries and daring to dream bigger is backed by the conviction that the fundamental nature of a watch should not be impaired by horological culture nor by technical feats. The Duomètre Sphérotourbillon is thus intended to be worn with pleasure. Its 42-millimetre diameter and its 14.3-millimetre thickness ensure a definite sense of comfort, while hinting at the wealth of talent lavished on accommodating such a masterfully accurate mechanism within such a modest space.
     
    Analogous axes: an invitation to share a passion for astronomy

    Astronomy lovers are passionate about the earth’s axis. Each planet spins around an axis that is never perpendicular to the orbital plane. The angle formed by the earth’s axis is around 23°. This natural tilt explains the successive seasons and it is to this posture that we owe the alternating weather patterns that delight us or occasionally upset our plans. This penchant is shared by the additional rotation axis that gives the Sphérotourbillon its true magic. As well as performing a full turn around the axis of its titanium carriage, the Sphérotourbillon also spins around a second axis inclined at a 20° angle – a nod to the inclination of the earth that follows an imaginary line stretching to Ursae Minoris, the polestar.
     
    Powerful aesthetic codes… and exceptions to the rule

    One of the Duomètre collection’s most captivating aspects lies in the fact that technical performance does not override aesthetic appeal. While undeniably eloquent in horological terms, it is endowed with an elegance revealing considerable creative force.

    Part of the strength of the design characterising the Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon, reworked to ensure even greater readability, lies in the symmetrically choreographed dance of the functions displayed on the finely grained dial. A shrewd observer will doubtless note that the moon phase appears at 3 o’clock, whereas Jaeger-LeCoultre generally places it at 6 o’clock. A tribute to astronomy, this disc is made of lapis lazuli, a rock that looks as if it has landed there down from the sky chart. It features a dusting of stars echoing the moon, hands and hour markers, creating a two-tone ambiance also differing from the traditional identity codes of the Grande Maison.
     
    A theatrical stairway, in non-treated nickel silver with a satin finish, forms an ideal stage for the rotating movements of the Sphérotourbillon while an opening in the side of the case offers another more intimate vision. Like a spectator with a ringside seat for this mechanical show, the wearer of the watch thus establishes a special relationship with its very own Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon.
     
    A precisely adjustable tourbillon 

    Through the use of the Dual-Wing® concept, the 2 o’clock push-piece serves to reset the small seconds at 6 o’clock to zero, based on the Flyback principle. The distinctive feature of this particular flyback function is that it does not halt the operation of the regulating organ. In a classic configuration, pulling out the crown freezes the small seconds hand and the balance-spring, whereas the Duomètre Sphérotourbillon mechanism allows the small seconds hand to return to zero and restart instantly, without the balance wheel missing a beat. No time is wasted between the stopping operation and the resumption of the regulation organ’s steady to-and-fro motion. The watch thus remains accurate even when adjusting the time to the nearest second. When it comes to precision, the Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon is firmly engaged on all fronts.
  • SIHH 2015

    JAEGER-LECOULTRE

    From earth to moon, the Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon  balances aesthetic harmony with precision 

     
    Whether it comes to the effects of gravity on the earth, the discrepancy that creeps into the moon-phase indication, or the impact on a watch’s precision when a complication is activated, the Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon of Jaeger-LeCoultre invented its own solutions.
     
    The Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon expresses its strength of character through the realm of calendar-type horological complications. Equipped with a moon-phase display endowed with a reliability stemming from lengthy research, it embodies the age-old wisdom of traditional astronomy as well as the inventive power of Jaeger-LeCoultre.
     
    An awe-inspiring moon phase

    A classic moon phase shows a one-day discrepancy every two and a half years. For a Jaeger-LeCoultre Perpetual Calendar, that difference amounts to just one day every 122 years. The Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon is from a whole different galaxy, since when its moon phase is properly adjusted, it is designed to remain accurate for a full 3,887 years! From this sense of verging on eternity stems the depth and beauty of Fine Watchmaking. 
     
    For the Grande Maison, pushing boundaries and daring to dream bigger is backed by the conviction that the fundamental nature of a watch should not be impaired by horological culture nor by technical feats. The Duomètre Sphérotourbillon is thus intended to be worn with pleasure. Its 42-millimetre diameter and its 14.3-millimetre thickness ensure a definite sense of comfort, while hinting at the wealth of talent lavished on accommodating such a masterfully accurate mechanism within such a modest space.
     
    Analogous axes: an invitation to share a passion for astronomy

    Astronomy lovers are passionate about the earth’s axis. Each planet spins around an axis that is never perpendicular to the orbital plane. The angle formed by the earth’s axis is around 23°. This natural tilt explains the successive seasons and it is to this posture that we owe the alternating weather patterns that delight us or occasionally upset our plans. This penchant is shared by the additional rotation axis that gives the Sphérotourbillon its true magic. As well as performing a full turn around the axis of its titanium carriage, the Sphérotourbillon also spins around a second axis inclined at a 20° angle – a nod to the inclination of the earth that follows an imaginary line stretching to Ursae Minoris, the polestar.
     
    Powerful aesthetic codes… and exceptions to the rule

    One of the Duomètre collection’s most captivating aspects lies in the fact that technical performance does not override aesthetic appeal. While undeniably eloquent in horological terms, it is endowed with an elegance revealing considerable creative force.

    Part of the strength of the design characterising the Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon, reworked to ensure even greater readability, lies in the symmetrically choreographed dance of the functions displayed on the finely grained dial. A shrewd observer will doubtless note that the moon phase appears at 3 o’clock, whereas Jaeger-LeCoultre generally places it at 6 o’clock. A tribute to astronomy, this disc is made of lapis lazuli, a rock that looks as if it has landed there down from the sky chart. It features a dusting of stars echoing the moon, hands and hour markers, creating a two-tone ambiance also differing from the traditional identity codes of the Grande Maison.
     
    A theatrical stairway, in non-treated nickel silver with a satin finish, forms an ideal stage for the rotating movements of the Sphérotourbillon while an opening in the side of the case offers another more intimate vision. Like a spectator with a ringside seat for this mechanical show, the wearer of the watch thus establishes a special relationship with its very own Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon.
     
    A precisely adjustable tourbillon 

    Through the use of the Dual-Wing® concept, the 2 o’clock push-piece serves to reset the small seconds at 6 o’clock to zero, based on the Flyback principle. The distinctive feature of this particular flyback function is that it does not halt the operation of the regulating organ. In a classic configuration, pulling out the crown freezes the small seconds hand and the balance-spring, whereas the Duomètre Sphérotourbillon mechanism allows the small seconds hand to return to zero and restart instantly, without the balance wheel missing a beat. No time is wasted between the stopping operation and the resumption of the regulation organ’s steady to-and-fro motion. The watch thus remains accurate even when adjusting the time to the nearest second. When it comes to precision, the Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon is firmly engaged on all fronts.
  • Brand  : Jaeger-LeCoultre
    Collection  : Duomètre
    Model  : Duomètre Sphérotourbillon Moon
    Reference  : Q6086520
    Nber of pieces : 75
    Complement : Platinum - Aliigator Strap
    On sale : 2015
    List Price : 300 000 €
    Diameter : 42 mm
    Thickness : 14.3 mm
    Styles : Atypical
    High Horology
    Types : Hand-winding
    Calibre : Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 389
    Calibre distinction : Hand decorated
    Complication : Tourbillon
    Moon Phases
    24-Hour Indicator
    Power Reserve Indicator
    Seconds Reset (Flyback)
    Second Time Zone (GMT)
    Small Seconds
    Case material : Platinum
    Case peculiarity : Sapphire caseback
    Lateral case opening revealing the Sphérotourbillon
    Shape : Round
    Water-resistance : 30 meters
    Dial : Grained
    Dial color : Silver
    Display : Hands
    Indexes : Baton-type
    Arabic numerals
    Glass : Domed
    Sapphire
    Strap material : Alligator leather
    Strap color : Black
    Strap clasp : Pin buckle
    More characteristics : Movement
    Mechanical manually-wound movement. Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 389. crafted. assembled and decorated by hand. nickel silver bridges and mainplate
    2 barrels
    45-hour power reserve
    476 parts
    56 jewels
    10.45 mm thick
    33.70 mm in diameter
     
    Sphérotourbillon
    105 parts
    Tourbillon carriage: grade 5 titanium 
    Total rotation speed: 30 seconds for a complete turn  
    2 combined movements.
    Carriage axis rotation speed: 15 seconds for a complete turn
    Carriage rotation speed : 30 seconds for a complete turn
    Tilt of the carriage: 20°
    Diameter of the carriage: 11.50 mm
    Weight of the carriage: 0.518 grams
    14-carat gold balance wheel with 14-carat gold eccentric inertia-blocks. inertia = 12.5 mg.cm2
    21.600 vibrations per hour  
    Cylindrical balance-spring
     
    Functions
    Hour. minute and small seconds with flyback function
    2 Power reserves: one for the regulating organ and one for the functions
    Moon-phase indication with one day of deviation every 3887 years  
    Second time zone 24-hour display
    Sphérotourbillon
     
    Case
    Platinum
    Polished and satin-brushed finish  
    One crown to wind the watch. set the time and adjust the moon-phase display
    One push-piece at 2 o’clock to activate the small seconds flyback function
     
    Dial
    Grained. silver-toned  
    4N appliques
    Hands
    Hours and minutes: “leaf”-type 
    Small seconds : baton-type with pear-shaped counterweight. blued steel
     
    Strap
    Hand-sewn alligator leather with platinum High-End pin buckle