Jaeger-LeCoultre is about to present a limited series of three new Master Memovox International watches at the Parisian concept store Colette. From the 29th of November till the 31st of December, 25 participants are showing off their best pieces of art, and timepieces are included in that definition, during a project called The Cabinet of Curiosities by Thomas Erber.
For this event at Colette, JLC has created a special edition of the Master Memovox International watch in a black PVD-coated steel case. This model is issued in a three-piece limited edition. These three pieces will see the word Paris replaced by Colette. The black of the case is matched in the alligator strap, while the power blue color colette is known for is represented further as the color of the stitching in the strap.
The Memovox was introduced in 1956 and features a mechanical alarm. The International edition of the Memovox has a city disc displaying 24 cities (because of the 24 hour timezones) that can be selected using the 2nd crown. A small arrow on the movable disc represents the GMT time.