To coincide with Jaeger-LeCoultre‘s 25th anniversary of its Master Control collection, the Swiss luxury watch label has unveiled three new pieces including the Master Control Date, Master Chronograph and Master Geographic.
Each piece sports a vintage design with shades of navy blue prominently featured in the likes of skeletonised batons and stainless steel central seconds. The three new watches also boast a polished finish on the bezel, as well as a circular satin-brushed finish in the outer section on the watch face.
For the Master Control Date, the watch features a sapphire crystal caseback that reveals the Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 899/1 with its 22-carat gold oscillating weight.
Meanwhile, the Master Chronograph is a sporty watch featuring a tachometer that runs discreetly around the outer perimeter.
Finally, the Master Geographic is an ideal watch for travellers that has notable features like the second time zone and an aperture in the lower section of the dial that exhibits the names of 24 world cities.