First introduced in 1992, the Master Control collection by Jaeger LeCoultre has always ben characterised by technical rigour and stylistic restraint, with a deep respect for tradition but in pursuit of innovation.
In 2020, the brand situated in Le Sentier relaunches the Master Control assortment with a few new models that we will introduce in detail in the coming weeks, beginning today from the feature model, the Master Control Chronograph Calendar.
Joining a chronograph with a triple schedule show and a moon-stage without precedent for the Master Control assortment, this model is controlled by a recently evolved self-winding development, Caliber 759, highlighting a section wheel chronograph with a vertical grasp, a moon-stage marker, and a 65-hour power hold.
Regardless of numerous data to show, the coherence of the silver sunray-completed dial is incredible and exceptionally instinctive.
The 30-minute chronograph counter at 3 o’clock is outwardly adjusted by the running seconds sub-dial at 9 o’clock, while the day and month windows in the top piece of dial are adjusted by the moon-stage and date pointer at 6 o’clock. A pulsometric scale is set apart around the dial rib.
The 40 mm x 12.05 mm treated steel case exchanges silk brushed and cleaned completes and is supplemented by rectangular chronograph pushers.
Finished by a Novonappa calf or croc calfskin lash, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control Chronograph Calendar in hardened steel ref. Q4138420 has a cost of Euro 15,300. A rose gold form of this model (ref. Q4132520) will likewise be accessible.