After the unveiling of its latest watch creation, the Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon 3 Jubilee, Jaeger-LeCoultre invites you to rediscover its Hybris Mechanica Collection: ten Grand Complication watches that have made their mark on the history of Fine Watchmaking.
From 18 March to 8 April, you can enter the "Hybris Mechanica: the key to the secret" quiz on Facebook (in English only) and try to crack the secrets of these watchmaking masterpieces in order to win a Jaeger-LeCoultre watch.
One by one, get right to the heart of:
- the enigmatic Atmos Mystérieuse clock (2003)
- the Master Gyrotourbillon 1 (2004), the first tourbillon turning in three dimensions
- the Reverso Grande Complication à Triptyque (2006), with its three dials driven by a single mechanical movement
- the Master Compressor Extreme LAB 1 (2007), the first watch without lubricant
- the Reverso Gyrotourbillon 2 (2008), incorporating a spherical tourbillon with the famous reversible case
- the Hybris Mechanica à Grande Sonnerie (2009), the first watch to reproduce the chimes of Big Ben
- the Master Grande Tradition Grande Complication (2010), the first flyng tourbillon which observes the rhythm of the constellations and indicates sidereal time
- the Reverso Répétition Minutes à Rideau (2011), the first watch incorporating a curtain which triggers the minute repeater when opened
- the Duomètre Sphérotourbillon (2012), the first watch equipped with a multi-axis tourbillon adjustable to the second
Answer questions about each of these nine watch creations to reach the tenth Hybris Mechanica marvel: the Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon 3 Jubilee.
An invitation to discover the carefully guarded secrets of a fascinating and mysterious world in the Hybris Mechanica Virtual Museum.
Visit “Hybris Mechanica: the key to the secret” on Facebook now!