Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Geophysic collection, which sprang from 2014’s single, limited-edition Geophysic 1958 model, continues to grow. Today Jaeger-LeCoultre is introducing a limited edition version of this watch with a new, more colorful look in a limited series of 100 models.
With its deep blue dial and design inspired by the historical Geophysic model from 1958, the Geophysic True Second Limited Edition stainless steel watch appeals to history-laden watch enthusiasts.
The ocean blue dial evokes the depths of the deep sea. Its sunray brushing plays with the light, enhancing the polished and brushed finishes of the case. The central cross is reminiscent of navigational instruments, a nod to the historical 1958 Geophysic model.
In addition to the True Second, which marks the passing of every moment, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 770 features a Gyrolab balance. The non-circular configuration in the shape of an anchor, the symbol of Jaeger-LeCoultre, reduces air friction and ensures the timepiece’s optimal precision. Practical for travelers, the jumping hour mechanism is adjusted by a crown without affecting the precision of the minute hand.
The oscillating weight of the caliber is finished in the shape of an anchor, the Jaeger-LeCoultre symbol, in pink gold. The timepiece’s elegant movement can be admired through the sapphire case-back. The engraved perimeter reads “limited edition – one of 100 pieces.”
It is a true model for collectors, and is only available through JLC’s own e-commerce platform, so you can’t get it in any physical store, anywhere.