December 2017

Jaeger-LeCoultre presents the Geophysic True Second with a blue dial limited to 100 pieces

 

After several versions before Jaeger-LeCoultre now introduces the Geophysic True Second Limited Edition watch with an ocean blue dial. It is conjuring up the fathomless depths explored during the International Geophysical Year. Sunburst patterning on the dial creates a play of light that sets off the alternating brushed and polished finishes of the case. 

 

The watch features a 'True Second' - it is of course not a quartz-watch, but it looks like ...

 

Talking watches with Geoffroy Lefebvre the Deputy CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre

Before Geoffroy Lefebvre was appointed Deputy CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre April 1st this year he served in various senior level positions for Richemont as well as sister company Vacheron Constantin in Geneva; initially Geoffroy  started his career with McKinsey & Company ...

I invite you to listen to our conversation and know more about Geoffroy and his plans with Jaeger-LeCoultre. At the end of our conversation I asked Geoffroy what he thinks the biggest challenges of the Swiss Watch Industry are ... Don't miss his answer!

Pre-SIHH 2018: My first video illustrating the functionality of the IWC Tribute to Pallweber Edition 150 Years wristwatch

 

I filmed the new Tribute to Pallweber Edition 150 Years wristwatch when IWC presented me the watch two weeks ago ...

 

If you have not yet read my article about the IWC Jubilee collection to celebrate the brands 150th birthday please click here:

https://www.watchadvisor.com/news/pre-sihh-2018-iwc-schaffhausen-will-celebrate-its-150th-birthday 

 

Pre-SIHH 2018: IWC Schaffhausen will celebrate its 150th birthday

This is my sneak preview to the IWC Jubilee collection in pictures and text ...

 

The IWC Tribute to Pallweber Edition “150 Years” (Ref. IW505002)

IWC’s frst-ever wrist-watches to feature jumping numerals in a digital display are one of the special highlights of the Jubilee collection. They show the hours and minutes in large numerals on rotating discs.