Clive Owen Presents 180 Years Of Jaeger LeCoultre Watches

Clive Owen Presents 180 Years Of Jaeger LeCoultre Watches

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Jaeger-LeCoultre brand ambassador and English actor Clive Owen discusses 180 years of the brand. Jaeger-LeCoultre is a luxury watch and clock manufacture based in Le Sentier, Switzerland that dates back to the first half of the nineteenth century. The brand has hundreds of inventions and over a thousand calibres to its name, including the world’s smallest calibre, the world’s most complicated wristwatch and a timepiece of near-perpetual movement. Since Jaeger-LeCoultre’s founding, the company has produced over 1,242 different calibres, registered approximately 400 patents and created hundreds of inventions.

“Watchmaking has long been a passion. The mechanism and the history behind the Jaeger-LeCoultre watches is fascinating. A Jaeger-LeCoultre watch is everything you want a high quality watch to be – all the hours of workmanship make this a beautiful and very elegant watch to wear and it also looks great. I have been wearing Jaeger-LeCoultre watches for many years now and have always been a fan of the brand. The level of the craftsmanship is so impressive: the ethos of the company with their attention to detail make these watches very desirable. I always wear my Duomètre à Chronographe in platinum and it feels right!” — Clive Owen

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Stephen Andres says:

Eh, just getting a gshock

diornotwar123 says:

too bad smartphones and cellphones are replaced the need for a watch

Alivo Uk says:

Does anyone knows who play the song in the video?

Lee Wang says:

am i the only one who would not spend 50 larges on a product that i cant even pronounce.

7s29 says:

After watching this video, you’d swear they only hire women in that company.

78pianist says:


shamsudeen abdulla says:

Hi nice watches hi

mariamik104 says:


Ethan B says:

I’ve actually heard the brand pronounced many times differently. In commercials, salesmen, watchmakers, auctions, and even the CEO of the brand.  I think it really depends on your accent and where you’re from.  Though it’s a proper noun, the American pronunciation is going to sound different than someone from France, Switzerland, or  any other part of Europe.  If you’re American, I’d say the correct way to say it would be (Yeager-Lecultra) If you usually talk in an American accent then start to talk about your new (Jea-Jea lecootree) in a french accent, you’re gonna sound like a prick.  As long as you don’t pronounce it “Jay-Jay-Laco” (I’ve unfortunately heard it before) you should be golden.  

Truth and Downfall says:

Im glad they (he) didnt mention the master compressor.

Jack WC says:

I own four Jaeger LeCoultre and I have to say they’re movements are incredible to watch. I love each one. It makes owning a Rolex seem ridiculous.
Mind you, I own Suunto sports watches and an Oris BC3, so I’m fine with wearing a watch as a tool.
But Jaeger LeCoultre is a piece of art stating the time upon your arm.
Beautiful stuff.

David Gunn says:

I still wonder why Owen never got a shot at being Bond. He just fits in my opinion.

ilhanner says:

what is the name of song ? 

Andrzej Strzelecki says:

I hate this pronunciation “Je-Je le Coultre”. It should sound more like Jaeger – Je-ger

atl3630 says:

I know a guy who has a Jaeger and can’t pronounce the name correctly, don’t feel bad.

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