Jaeger-LeCoultre Celebrates 100 Years of Aston-Martin with Three New WatchessharetweetshareIn a stroke of serendipity, 2013 marks both the 180th anniversary of Swiss watch brand Jaeger-LeCoultre and also the 100th anniversary of British luxury automaker Aston-Martin, Jaeger-LeCoultre's partner for merely 10 years from the progression of special, luxury-auto-inspired timepieces.The brand new timepieces comprise two from JLC's Master collection, the property owner Compressor Extreme W-Alarm and Master Hometime; then one from your AMVOX collection, the AMVOX5 World Chronograph Cermet, which marks the debut of an new case material.The Master Compressor Extreme W-Alarm Aston Martin combines a world-time display which has a mechanical alarm function. Some time around the alarm could be read easily within the left-hand side in the dial at 9 o'clock, where two juxtaposed disks, one displaying the amount of time from 1 to 12 and the other showing the quarter-hours, appear via a large, semicircular aperture. The watch contains Jaeger-LeCoultre's automatic Caliber 912, and is built with a "compression key" that adds to the crown's effectiveness against water and dust by overcompressing one of several four gaskets. The 46.3-mm-diameter case combines titanium and stainless-steel and has an exclusive logo, produced by Aston Martin because of its centennial, engraved about the caseback. The black dial carries a surface treatment evoking the grill upon an Aston Martin car. The watch is by using an alligator leather strap and will come in a special presentation box which also includes an additional rubber strap how the wearer can simply switch out with  the leather. The proprietor Compressor Extreme W-Alarm is limited to 100 pieces and costing $17,800. (Images is usually enlarged which has a click.)Like the Master Compressor, the proprietor Hometime Aston Martin watch features Aston Martin's characteristic colors of black, red and white, though here the red is just a subtle hint: it is used by the tip in the central, openworked hand that items to some time in the second time zone. This GMT watch, run by JLC's automatic Caliber 975H, carries a 24-hour subdial at 12 o'clock and the other subdial with the running seconds at 6 o'clock. The time indication may be changed in one-hour increments, either forward or backward, so that it is straightforward for world travelers to alter some time when they land within a new destination and carry out the opposite operation upon their return. The dial displays the Jaeger-LeCoultre and Aston Martin logos together at 3 o'clock. The cost is $9,000 watches .While using new AMVOX5 World Chronograph Cermet, Jaeger-LeCoultre becomes manufacturing only company make use of reinforced cermet, a fabric made for used in high-performance racecar engines, in the area of watchmaking. Cermet is usually a high-tech material having an aluminum core and ceramic particles and covered with a 40-micron-thick protective ceramic coating, sought for its extraordinary lightness and shock-resistance . The AMVOX5's Cermet case is 44 mm across and water-resistant to 50 meters omega fake watches . The watch is equipped with a central chronograph hand with two subdial counters on spare on both of the company's axis (minutes at 3 o'clock, hours at 9 o'clock); a practical indicator at 6 o'clock which has a date window at its base; plus a world-time display with an inner bezel ring displaying world cities. The dial combines black, breitling watch winder anthracite, white and red for just a distinctive Aston Martin look and features Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 752, an automatic movement which has a speedy frequency of 28,800 vph. A small edition of 500 pieces, the AMVOX5 World Chronograph Cermet is $22,200.sharetweetshare replica bell and ross ceramic watches
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