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Jaeger-LeCoultre - Deep Sea Chronograph Ref. Q2068570

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A great watch which streamlines the exclusive style of the Deep Sea Vintage that Jaeger-LeCoultre  presented at SIHH 2012. Despite of its elegance, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Deep Sea Chronograph watch is an instrument designed for professionals and therefore complies with all the criteria imposed on diver’s watches by the ISO 6425 standard. It features a unidirectional rotating bezel, is water-resistant to 10 bar (100 metres), readable in the dark, and also meets the corresponding demands in terms of magnetism and resistance to shocks.

This model is driven by the new automatic Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 758 featuring a balance oscillating at a rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour and endowed with a 65-hour power reserve.

The chronograph comprises two counters (hours at 9 o'clock and minutes at 3 o'clock) along with a central sweep seconds hand.

Below the Jaeger-LeCoultre signature on the dial, a round aperture reveals the chronograph operating indicator. Composed of two discs – one white and the other red – it provides the required information regarding the state of the chronograph, without any risk of error. When the display is white, the chronograph is ready to be activated in order to begin measuring a time interval.

Once the chronograph has started, the indicator window simultaneously shows both colours – red and white – in order to signal that a measurement is in progress. Finally, when the chronograph has stopped, the red disc appears on its own in the window to indicate that the measurement performed may be consulted, before resetting the chronograph. 

The 42 mm-diameter stainless steel case is fitted with a black leather strap.

Photograph by Ming Thein. All Rights Reserved.

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