AFTER the success of its Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon Westminster Perpétuel at this year’s Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, Jaeger-LeCoultre adds to its impressive repertoire of chiming watches with yet another addition: the brand new Master Grande Tradition Répétition Minutes Perpétuelle.
There are a couple of factors that make Jaeger-LeCoultre’s new Master Grande Tradition Répétition Minutes Perpétuelle stand out from the crowd.
First off, it comes with a unique gong system that’s reminiscent of antique sonnerie pocket watches.
When it comes to aesthetics, you’ll be thrilled to learn that this new watch by Jaeger-LeCoultre seeks to reinvent – and reimagine – the classic designs of the maison’s Master Grande Tradition timepieces.
Furthermore, the watch offers haute horlogerie fanatics a hands-on and tactile experience, thanks to its automatic winding system and intuitive perpetual-calendar setting.
There are two dial variations to the Master Grande Tradition Répétition Minutes Perpétuelle: a neoclassical silver-grained dial and a deep blue translucent guilloche enamel dial, which is meticulously handcrafted at the Atelier des Métiers Rares.
The Master Grande Tradition Répétition Minutes Perpétuelle is powered by the automatic Calibre 950 and comes with a power reserve of 38 hours. There are two references available: the Q52334E1 and Q5233420. Both models are limited to 30 pieces, respectively.