An Introduction To The Geophysic Collection By Jaeger-LeCoultre

The Geophysic line launched by Jaeger-LeCoultre in the fall of 2015 is designed to offer a forward-thinking technology combined with an edgy neo vintage look. The first two models of this new line are both equipped with a high-performance regulator, the Gyrolab, that also provides deadbeat seconds, a mechanical refinement that makes the second hand jump from one second marker to the next without the usual barely perceptible steps in between. The Universal Time model additionally presents a world time function.

Jaeger-LeCoultre developed a completely new caliber for this collection named 770, which is destined to become a new backbone of the collection. Stéphane Belmont, head of marketing, comments the reasons for Jaeger-LeCoultre to have introduced this new line as he presents the current models.

Comments

cvt cvt says:

Nice style

Simple Me says:

COOL !!!

Abhishek Srivastava says:

Their new models are really boring… they seem to be falling behind.

TheThirdMan says:

JLC apes quartz an pisses antipodeans off. Sorry, not one of their best. Give me a Reverso over this any day.

Captain Zed says:

Incredible watch… price is reasonable in steel for universal time. the new movement seems awesome. This looks like a watch I need to go look at live.

Michael Stephens says:

I tried a couple of these on…movement is beautiful, but…I can’t get over the fact it looks like a Quartz…no go for me, sorry

topcow23 says:

Is it me or the deadbeat second hand doesn’t hit the marker exactly but a little off?

J Lo says:

You can see the movement trying to come through the second hand. haha

dariobmx says:

The watch (universal time geophysic) looks like great! One point: the secondhands is turning with a non-continuos movement that, in my opinion, looks like a quartz model. A fallen of style for 14.000€ (more or less)

HUGE JACKMAN says:

Definitely a watch for those with nothing to prove. Not a lot of people would be willing to pay over $10k for a watch with a movement that looks like it’s quartz.

GT says:

I really really enjoy the new Geophysic Collection from JLC! Not only a true engineers time measuring instrument but a very versatile Dress watch with a simple look and great caliber! One day I’ll get one! 🙂

David Delrio says:

Est-ce qu’un jour pourriez-vous nous partager vos musiques ?

Simondo says:

I’ve tried on the true second and was very impressed. It amuses me that they have this wonderful piece and make it tick like a quartz .

Kevin Chan says:

I don’t like this cause if you looked at the movement and/pr dial you can clearly see that the hand moves very slowly then it jumps every second. Would be really nice if it actually was a dead stop with jumps.

yiannis merianos says:

I love watches with a map on them! in Jaeger they have a way to mix tradition with modern , and the result works great!

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