The story of the Nantucket watch continues with the chaîne d’ancre, evoking its early days.
The year 2021 marks the 220th anniversary of one of the greatest watchmaking complications: the tourbillon. An exquisite complex mechanism, the invention lies at the heart of a genuine human adventure that, to this day, contributes to the reputation of its creator Abraham-Louis Breguet and his House.
Iconic in its classic version with a black dial, the famous Navitimer adopts even more exclusive colors in a limited series featuring a magnificent bronze dial.
Cobalt blue and coral orange are the colors chosen for the dial, the hands and the unidirectional bezel of this diver’s instrument offers cutting-edge performance in a sporty style.
Available in French only - En 2013, les effectifs de l’industrie horlogère ont continué de progresser pour s’établir à 57'286 travailleurs, soit 1'470 postes supplémentaires par rapport à l’année précédente (+2.6%). La progression est plus faible que celle enregistrée en 2011 (+4'255) et 2012 (+3’013), signe d’une certaine prudence dans le secteur.
Right from its founding in 1833, the Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre has asserted itself through technical advances that soon earned its timepieces benchmark status in terms of sturdiness and precision. Within this context, is thus hardly surprising that at a time in the mid-20th century when the scientific community composed of researchers from many different countries was preparing to undertake a program of major scientific explorations as part of the International Geophysical Year, the Grande Maison in the Vallée de Joux decided to associate with this unique initiative by creating an exceptional precision instrument: the Geophysic® watch.