JAEGER-LECOULTRE – 2017 Master Control range review

This year Jaeger-LeCoultre released a trio of Master Control watches to celebrate the line’s 25th anniversary. Offered in date, chronograph and dual time configurations, these three watches share JLC’s highly regarded movements, simple steel cases and vintage-inspired sector dials that transformed them from conservative classics into conversation starters. However, these watches didn’t just impress because of their style but also because of their refreshingly sensible price points.

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V P says:

My problem is that JLC is going small.. all tiny watches that never look imposing or look like a true haute brand.. even on my tiny 6.5 inch wrist (round not flat) JLC Master Controls look tiny and horrible like all Rolexes. My sweet spot is 42-44mm, anyday I prefer an IWC for that size. Reversos do look good on my wrist, but only the 30mm ones. Master Control series are overrated and look puny in real life.

justinlee19971 says:

Could you do a video on what watches to buy for someone starting in the watch collecting community. Just bought my first Swiss watch, a Tag Heuer, and I’m not sure what to get next! Cheers

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