FOR EVERY NEXT STEP
1992 is the year that the Master Control saw the light of day. Another 30 years later, the collection still represents the essence of contemporary elegant watchmaking at Jaeger-LeCoultre - subtle, powerful and resolutely high-performance. The new Master Control Calendar, in stainless steel with interchangeable bracelets, bring the calendar display more fully into contemporary everyday life. The quintessence of the Grande Maison’s craftsmanship.
THE ALLURE OF TIMELESS DESIGN
The latest Master Control Calendar with interchangeable bracelet comes in a dial colour palette that focuses on purity and refinement. The silver sunray-brushed dial features a tone-on-tone aesthetic, maintaining the essential design codes of the Master Control such as dauphine hands and Arabic numerals intercut with dart hour markers. The jumping date hand that characterises this model is endowed with a red-lacquered indicator tip in the shape of the Jaeger-LeCoultre logo, allowing the date to be read easily and intuitively.
A COMPANION FOR EVERY OCCASION
The new Master Control Calendar model is expanding the utilitarian side of calendrical watchmaking at Jaeger-LeCoultre. This model now comes with a new interchangeable steel bracelet and a light-brown strap in Novonappa calf leather, both equipped with the quick-change system, allowing the Master Control Calendar to truly become a watch for all seasons.
OPENING THE FIELD OF THE POSSIBLE
With the Master Control Calendar, the moon phase offers a horological complication: a jumping date, which flies between the 15th and 16th day of the month. This mechanism ensures you never lose sight of the moon phase, located in an aperture at 6 o'clock. In its stainless steel version perfectly matched with its sunrayed silver dial, the Master Control Calendar offers a complete calendar. Under a sapphire crystal case-back, the reverse of the watch reveals the components of its new generation caliber, which promises a 70-hour power reserve.
A time reference since 1992
The sleek look of The Master Control collection takes its inspiration from the classic designs of the golden age of watch making in the 1950s. The collection was launched in 1992 as a homage to the unmatched fine watchmaking heritage of Jaeger‑LeCoultre.