The movement is Jaeger-LeCoultre’s in-house calibre 967B. It runs at 28,800 vph in 28 jewels. Its 200 parts add up to a movement that is 4.05 mm thick. The power reserve is 42 hours.
The case measures 46.8 X 27.4 mm, and it is 9.14 mm thick. That case will be available in stainless steel and 18K pink gold, with a choice of folding clasp or pin buckle.
Thanks a lot for the fine report along with the fantastic pictures of an awesome watch from JLC!
Mike, the Grande Automatique, back in 2004, was automatic with large date and dual time, and was in a classic case (vs the Squadra). Also, 2000’s Reverso Gran’ Sport was “Watch of the year,” in Armband Uhren’s American equivalent “Wristwatch Annual,” due to being THE first automatic Reverso and the first “waterproof” Reverso.
JLC Never disappoints… Wow what a watch. Cant wait to see more on it