Jaeger-LeCoultre offers an update on two of its most iconic modern calendar complications that expands their versatility: the Master Control Calendar and the the Master Control Chronograph are now available with interchangeable metal bracelet that are compatible with other strap systems of the brand. In addition, both also come with a light-brown strap in Novonappa calf leather. They have their entrance in a stainless steel case with a diameter of 40mm and feature sunray-brushed silver dials, highlighting the essential design codes of the Master Control such as dauphine hands and Arabic numerals.
Building on the recent success of the Master Control Calendar with blue dial, the latest Master Control Calendar focuses on purity and refinement. Behind the minimalist dial with tone-on-tone aesthetic displaying the weekday, month, moon phase and the date via a hand that performs a “jump” from the 15th to the 16th in order to not cover the subdial for the moon phases ticks Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Calibre 866AA with a power reserve of 70 hours. It goes without saying that its top-notch finishing details come to life through an exhibition case back.
The Master Control Chronograph Calendar is equally pure in its chronometric expression, using blue chronograph hands and a blue moon phase disc to bring out the indications of the complications. In addition to the stop functions, it also offers a pulsometer scale, which is positioned on the outer rim. This watch is driven by the manufacture’s Calibre 759 which amasses a power reserve of 65 hours and is also visible through a pane of sapphire in the case back.
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Calendar has a price tag of $14,200, and the Master Control Chronograph Calendar retails for $17,300
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