Jaeger-Lecoultre Geophysic Universal Time
Founded by Antoine LeCoultre in 1833, Jaeger-LeCoultre is one of the longest established watch houses in Switzerland. Jaeger-LeCoultre is well renowned for creating elegant timepieces with sophistication and fine attention to detail; they have created over a thousand in-house calibres from tourbillions to some of the world's smallest and complicated movements.
A part of history runs through the soul of the Geophysic collection. The original was created in 1958 during the official International Geophysical Year. 67 nations participating in scientific exploration of the planet's most inhospitable, unexplored places. Designed by Jaeger-LeCoultre to accompany researchers and explorers on these extreme expeditions, the Geophysic was born of our most advanced technology. Then as now.
This Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic Universal Time watch comes with a 42 mm 18ct rose gold case with a brown alligator strap with attached. The strap features a pin buckle for added security. Sitting inside the case is the automatic movement which provides great accuracy, and the white baton dial which is protected by sapphire crystal glass. This timepiece is water resistant up to 50 metres