Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Chronograph Q1752421 Luxury Watch Review

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The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Chronograph is encased in rose gold surrounding a black dial with a 12 hour, 30 minute, and 60 second sub-dials and tachymeter. The watch measures mm in diameter (not including crown or pushers), mm in thickness, and mm from lug-to-lug.

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Tom P says:

Tim, I really like the Master Compressor series in general, and this piece in particular. Having the same size wrist, and being someone whose collection is primarily pre-super case Rolex, would I find this watch wearable? Because I really like that ‘classic’ 40mm size of pre-super case Rolex.

Gary Xu says:

That’s a sick complication combo

ripperx444 says:

This is my favorite watch ever made! I went to try it on a few weeks ago. The strap is so comfortable and perfect weight. Love this piece.

WatchBox Reviews says:

Most know that I collect JLC watches in private life, so it would come as little surprise to know that I find this Master Compressor Chronograph II very appealing. However, there’s more to the story than that. The original Master Compressor Chronograph was among a handful of models that first put JLC on my radar in the years before I started learning about watches.

In other words, I have a strong emotional bond with the MCC Mark I, and… I still think the Chronograph II shown here is a better watch. The new dial is better balanced and more readable; the case – especially the lugs – have been re-sculpted to fit better and appear more elegant; the new quick-release lug system has been borrowed from the barely wearable Compressor Extreme giants for a rare appearance in a wearable JLC case size.

That last feature enables the owner to use any standard strap of the correct width; unlike Cartier, Hublot, or IWC quick-change strap systems, this Jaeger-LeCoultre does not require a proprietary strap to be purchased for use with the quick release system.

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