Geophysics True Second

Q8018120

Brand  : Jaeger-LeCoultre
Collection  : Geophysic® 1958
Model  : Geophysics True Second
Reference  : Q8018120
Complement : Stainless Steel - Strap Steel
On sale : 2017

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  • Brand  : Jaeger-LeCoultre
    Collection  : Geophysic® 1958
    Model  : Geophysics True Second
    Reference  : Q8018120
    Complement : Stainless Steel - Strap Steel
    On sale : 2017
    List Price : 10 800 €
    Diameter : 39.6 mm
    Height : 11.7 mm
    Styles : Classical
    Types : Self-winding
    Calibre : Jaeger-LeCoultre 770
    Complication : Hours
    Minutes
    True Second
    Case material : Steel
    Case peculiarity : Sapphire caseback
    Shape : Round
    Water-resistance : 50 meters
    Dial : Luminescent
    Grained
    Dial color : Silver
    Display : Luminescent Sword-shaped hands
    Strap material : Steel
    + More characteristics :
    Mouvement
    Automatic mechanical movement
    Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 770
    28,800 vibrations per hour
    40-hour power reserve
    275 parts
    36 jewels
    6.57 mm in height
    Oscillating weight in 22-carat pink gold
    Functions
    Setting the hour by one-hour jumps clockwise or anti-clockwise

    Case
    Stainless steel Sapphire case back

    Dial
    Silvered, grained, appliqué hour-markers
    Luminescent points on the flange

    Strap / Buckles
    Five polished and satin-brushed steel links
    Fast interchangeable system

DESCRIPTION

  • New milestones in the Geophysic collection

    Created in 1958 by Jaeger-LeCoultre in honour of the International Geophysical Year, the first Geophysic watch remains a symbol of Swiss expertise par excellence. In keeping with this tradition, the Manufacture in the Vallée de Joux launched the Geophysic collection in 2015; a collection of several models combining powerful watchmaking expertise with a classic, timeless aesthetic. This line has now been reinterpreted reinforcing its original qualities: a generously dimensioned case, easily legible functions, visible luminescent hands, the hightech Gyrolab balance wheel, etc.

    For the first time in its history, Jaeger-LeCoultre has introduced a flying tourbillon in a watch, allowing the time in twenty-four cities around the world to be read simultaneously. Available in a limited series of 100 pieces, the Geophysic Tourbillon Universal Time watch is a testament to the Manufacture's remarkable watchmaking skills expressed through the watch's ease-of-use and operating.

    For the Geophysic True Second and Geophysic Universal Time, what’s new in 2017 comes down to one word: interchangeability. With the introduction of a new interchangeable bracelet, these two models are now available in a resolutely contemporary steel version and a sleek and elegant leather version.

    A truly contemporary way of envisioning time

    A new interchangeable steel bracelet

    With their new interchangeable steel bracelet, the Geophysic True Second and Geophysic Universal Time watches flaunt a chic yet relaxed style. Composed of five satin-brushed and polished links, this new bracelet, ideal for going in the water, is highly flexible. Easy to wear with a contemporary look, the ingenious folding clasp can be adjusted easily. The length of the bracelet can be extended up to five millimetres freeing the wrist for both ease of use and comfort especially during periods of extreme heat. Changing bracelets couldn't be simpler thanks to the lever system, which releases the bars in the blink of an eye, giving the watch a completely different look, whether the steel or the leather version.

    Geophysic True Second

    Measuring time down to the second

    Staying true to the codes of Fine Watchmaking, the Geophysic True Second is available in pink gold and steel. Its grained dial with a textured look is distinctively clean alongside its perfectly legible hands and hour-markers. A companion of frequent travellers, this watch is naturally and intuitively adjusted. Its system for setting the time is entirely coordinated by the crown, ensuring a highly valued ease of use.

    The extremely accurate Geophysic True Second watch draws its name from the “True Second” – a complication rarely found on a mechanical movement. The second hand moves by “beating the second” i.e. literally performing a jump at each second. In addition to the high precision of its mechanism, this delicate hand contributes significantly to the assertive character of the piece.

  • New milestones in the Geophysic collection

    Created in 1958 by Jaeger-LeCoultre in honour of the International Geophysical Year, the first Geophysic watch remains a symbol of Swiss expertise par excellence. In keeping with this tradition, the Manufacture in the Vallée de Joux launched the Geophysic collection in 2015; a collection of several models combining powerful watchmaking expertise with a classic, timeless aesthetic. This line has now been reinterpreted reinforcing its original qualities: a generously dimensioned case, easily legible functions, visible luminescent hands, the hightech Gyrolab balance wheel, etc.

    For the first time in its history, Jaeger-LeCoultre has introduced a flying tourbillon in a watch, allowing the time in twenty-four cities around the world to be read simultaneously. Available in a limited series of 100 pieces, the Geophysic Tourbillon Universal Time watch is a testament to the Manufacture's remarkable watchmaking skills expressed through the watch's ease-of-use and operating.

    For the Geophysic True Second and Geophysic Universal Time, what’s new in 2017 comes down to one word: interchangeability. With the introduction of a new interchangeable bracelet, these two models are now available in a resolutely contemporary steel version and a sleek and elegant leather version.

    A truly contemporary way of envisioning time

    A new interchangeable steel bracelet

    With their new interchangeable steel bracelet, the Geophysic True Second and Geophysic Universal Time watches flaunt a chic yet relaxed style. Composed of five satin-brushed and polished links, this new bracelet, ideal for going in the water, is highly flexible. Easy to wear with a contemporary look, the ingenious folding clasp can be adjusted easily. The length of the bracelet can be extended up to five millimetres freeing the wrist for both ease of use and comfort especially during periods of extreme heat. Changing bracelets couldn't be simpler thanks to the lever system, which releases the bars in the blink of an eye, giving the watch a completely different look, whether the steel or the leather version.

    Geophysic True Second

    Measuring time down to the second

    Staying true to the codes of Fine Watchmaking, the Geophysic True Second is available in pink gold and steel. Its grained dial with a textured look is distinctively clean alongside its perfectly legible hands and hour-markers. A companion of frequent travellers, this watch is naturally and intuitively adjusted. Its system for setting the time is entirely coordinated by the crown, ensuring a highly valued ease of use.

    The extremely accurate Geophysic True Second watch draws its name from the “True Second” – a complication rarely found on a mechanical movement. The second hand moves by “beating the second” i.e. literally performing a jump at each second. In addition to the high precision of its mechanism, this delicate hand contributes significantly to the assertive character of the piece.

  • Brand  : Jaeger-LeCoultre
    Collection  : Geophysic® 1958
    Model  : Geophysics True Second
    Reference  : Q8018120
    Complement : Stainless Steel - Strap Steel
    On sale : 2017
    List Price : 10 800 €
    Diameter : 39.6 mm
    Height : 11.7 mm
    Styles : Classical
    Types : Self-winding
    Calibre : Jaeger-LeCoultre 770
    Complication : Hours
    Minutes
    True Second
    Case material : Steel
    Case peculiarity : Sapphire caseback
    Shape : Round
    Water-resistance : 50 meters
    Dial : Luminescent
    Grained
    Dial color : Silver
    Display : Luminescent Sword-shaped hands
    Strap material : Steel
    More characteristics :
    Mouvement
    Automatic mechanical movement
    Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 770
    28,800 vibrations per hour
    40-hour power reserve
    275 parts
    36 jewels
    6.57 mm in height
    Oscillating weight in 22-carat pink gold
    Functions
    Setting the hour by one-hour jumps clockwise or anti-clockwise

    Case
    Stainless steel Sapphire case back

    Dial
    Silvered, grained, appliqué hour-markers
    Luminescent points on the flange

    Strap / Buckles
    Five polished and satin-brushed steel links
    Fast interchangeable system