Celebrities, models and fashion icons throughout the world are choosing to accessorize themselves with trendy watches from the high-end luxury watch and clock manufacturer Jaeger LeCoultre.
The top ranking British Formula One driver Jenson Button was also spotted wearing a Jaeger LeCoultre timepiece – the Master Compressor Extreme LAB.
Unlike many traditional watches, the Master Compressor Extreme LAB is powered by Jaeger LeCoultre Calibre 988C and is also the first completely lubricant-free timepiece. The watch is guaranteed to provide full performance for several years and features the ability to resist extreme temperatures. The timepiece also has two time zones, black-diamond pallet stones and a carbon and titanium design.
French fashion model and actress Elisa Sednaoui was seen wearing the Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso Duetto Duo watch in pink gold.
“Reverso to me is the perfect combination of elegance, minimalism and modernity,” said Sednaoui. It’s the effortless class, the true jewel, that makes you feel ultimately chic and strong. It has been a perfect companion, from day to day life till Venice’s red carpet…. And I believe it brought me lots of luck!”
The elegant timepiece features a stainless steel case, sapphire anti-reflective crystal material, 45-hour power reserve, mechanical manual winding movement and is available in a variety of different designs.
American actor Ezra Miller was seen sporting the Jaeger LeCoultre Master Grande Tradition Tourbillon With Perpetual Calendar watch.
This particular timepiece made for gentlemen features automatic calibre 987 movement, an alligator leather strap, perpetual calendar with moon phases, and is available in a variety of different cases.
Jaeger LeCoultre watches have also been spotted on actors Jon Hamm and Jeremy Renner, German actress and former fashion model Diane Kruger, Italian model and actress Margareth Made, British model and actress Kaya Scodelario and American singer, songwriter and actress Kelly Clarkson.
The Swiss luxury watchmaker originated in 1833 when Antoine LeCoultre founded a small workshop in Le Sentier, Switzerland where he crafted and manufactured high-quality timepieces. LeCoultre’s invention of the millionometer established the metric system as the standardized measurement for watches, and in 1847, the company produced the first movement with a crown winding system, which replaced the necessity for the use of keys to set the time.
The workshop soon turned into a manufacture, and within 30 years, LeCoultre had crafted over 350 different timepieces with chronograph functions and repeater mechanisms. The Jaeger LeCoultre brand was coined in 1937 when Edmond Jaegar challenged Antoine LeCoultre’s grandson to manufacture a timepiece from his own design.
Since the partnership began, Jaeger LeCoultre has produced high-quality, high-end luxury timepieces.