The International Geophysical Year is held every 25 years. At that time, countries around the world will send inspectors to conduct a joint observation activity on geophysical phenomena. Jaeger-LeCoultre launched the Jaeger-Geographer’s watch for the first time in 1958 in tribute to the International Geophysical Year. This year, Jaeger-LeCoultre once again introduced a unique watch to pay tribute to this legendary Jaeger-LeCoultre geographer 1958, which is available in steel, rose gold and platinum.
This watch follows the dimensions of Jaeger-LeCoultre geographer 1958-a 38.5mm case with a Jaeger-LeCoultre 898/1 movement, which is currently recognized in the industry as the most reliable self-winding mechanical movement on the market For one, this outstanding movement combines the most cutting-edge technology of the 21st century, with a stop-second function and a high-precision movement frequency of 28,800 / hour. This watch uses a simple three-pin design. The white dial is printed with ‘Geophysic’ at 6 o’clock and the Jaeger-LeCoultre brand logo at 12 o’clock.
The water-resistant depth of this watch is 100 meters. The case back is engraved with crisscross warp and weft threads, and is engraved with Jaeger-LeCoultre’s initials J and L. It is accompanied by a crocodile leather strap. Pin buckle with the same shell material. This Jaeger-LeCoultre geographer launched a worldwide limited edition of 800 watches in steel, 300 in rose gold and 58 in platinum. (Picture / Text Watch House Xiao Sen)