SIHH 2019: Jaeger-LeCoultre - Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon Enamel

SIHH 2019: Jaeger-LeCoultre – Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon Enamel

The Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon Enamel is one of the three new restricted versions in white gold and 12 PM blue enamel made by Jaeger-LeCoultre to complement its Master assortment and as of late displayed at SIHH 2019. The other two models are the Master Ultra Thin Moon Enamel and the Master Ultra Thin Perpetual  Enamel (our review on this watch soon).

Delivered in a restricted arrangement of 50 pieces, this new Tourbillon model stands apart for its hand-guilloché dial that mixes in with an excellent blue enamel foundation.

The enormous tourbillon opening at 6 o’clock is outwardly adjusted by the engraved date counter at 12 o’clock. The thin hour markers have been uncommonly upgraded for this restricted release to fit shockingly better with the downplayed Dauphine hands.

The 40 mm x 12.13 mm, consummately proportioned, white gold case houses the Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 978 programmed development that has been reconceived both actually and stylishly for this model and consequently renamed 978F. The gold swaying weight is skeletonized to all the more likely presentation the excellent development beautified with a sunray impact.

Comprising 302 sections, the Caliber 978 beats at a recurrence of 28,800 vibrations each hour and ensures 48 hours of force hold.

The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon Enamel Ref. Q13234E1 has a cost of Euro 88,500 (counting VAT)/US$ 88,500 (barring deals charge).

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