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Brief information and technical specifications:

About Jaeger LeCoultre:

Jaeger LeCoultre is one of the most prestigious watchmakers of all time. The brand probably ranks among the top 5 or the top 7 luxury brands in the world. Its history started in 1833, which makes Jaeger LeCoultre one of the oldest Swiss luxury watch brands and manufacturers in existence today.

Jaeger LeCoultre may not be a member of the “Holy Trinity” of watches (Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, and Audemars Piguet) but probably makes movements second to none.

As far as movements are concerned, maybe it’s just the “Holy Trinity”, A. Lange & Söhne, Rolex, Omega and Zenith, that are as good as Jaeger LeCoultre. In terms of prestige and reputation, Jaeger LeCoultre should probably rank above Breguet and Blancpain.

This brand is very tech heavy – it likes to manufacture technically very advanced timepieces with functions well beyond and well above the basic time functions. Jaeger LeCoultre is known for its technical wizardry, intricate functions, groundbreaking innovations, and in-house made movements.

Did you know that in the past, Jaeger LeCoultre supplied and sold their movements to other prestigious Swiss luxury watch brands, and manufacturers, such as Audemars Piguet, Breguet, Cartier, Vacheron Constantin and Patek Phillipe? This says a lot about Jaeger LeCoultre’s excellence and quality.

A few brands such as Rolex, Omega and Breitling submit their watches to the COSC institute in order to get them COSC certified (COSC = Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute), but Jaeger LeCoultre doesn’t submit their watches to COSC – Jaeger LeCoultre has their own test. Jaeger LeCoultre is world famous for its 1000 Hours Control test.

COSC tests the movements without their cases. Jaeger LeCoultre tests their finished movements and finished watches for 1000 hours to imitate real life conditions. During those 1000 hours, each and every Jaeger LeCoultre must pass through several tough tests and trials to ensure maximum quality. This makes Jaeger LeCoultre’s watches among the very best you can find on the market today.

About Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving:

The Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving watches are physically very large and imposing timepieces, that do require quite substantial and massive wrists to carry them with dignity. This collection is ideal for people who are specifically interested in oversized timepieces.

Jaeger LeCoultre released its first divers watches in 1959. Jaeger LeCoultre invented the first divers watches equipped with an alarm function.

The Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving Family is an extremely tech heavy watch collection, which offers a very wide range of functions: alarm, chronograph, 24 hour indicator, GMT function, world time indicator, depth gauge, pulse indicator, and power reserve indicator.

You’ll neither find all these functions present in all their models, nor will you find all these functions present all at the same time in one single specific model, but these are examples of what you can expect of the Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving.

The Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving Family offers a wide range of water resistance levels: 100 meters/330 feet, 300 meters/1000 feet, and 1000 meters/3,280 feet.

The Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving is absolutely suitable for diving.

Movements:

The most commonly used movements are:

  • Jaeger LeCoultre in-house automatic movement 751 D, with 41 jewels, 28,800 vph and a 65 hour power reserve.
  • Jaeger LeCoultre in-house automatic movement 757 with 45 jewels, 28,800 vph, and a 65 hour power reserve. This movement contains a GMT function, a 24 hour indicator, an alarm function and a chronograph.
  • Jaeger-LeCoultre in-house automatic movement 758, with 47 jewels, 28,800 vph, and a 65 hour power reserve.
  • Jaeger LeCoultre in-house automatic movement 899 with 32 jewels, 28,800 vph, and a 43 hour power reserve.
  • Jaeger LeCoultre in-house automatic movement 956 with 23 jewels, 28,800 vph, and a 45 hour power reserve.
  • Jaeger LeCoultre in-house automatic movement 979 with 29 jewels, 28,800 vph, and a 48 hour power reserve.

Date Function:

  • Yes.

Functions:

Jaeger LeCoultre’s Master Compressor Diving watches, are known to be very tech heavy timepieces, with very advanced features.

This collection offers a wide range of functions, although not all of them are present at one and the same time in any specific model.

  • A list of functions would include: alarm function, chronograph, 24 hour indicator, GMT function, world time indicator, mechanical depth gauge, pulse indicator, and power reserve indicator.
  • All of their models, with no exceptions, are equipped with hour-, minute-, and second hands, and a date window.

Case Material:

The most commonly used materials are:

  • Titanium.
  • 18 carat rose gold.

Case Dimension:

Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving is physically very large and imposing. Ideal for people who want large timepieces with a significant presence on their wrist. Most of their models though come in titanium, which alleviates the weight of your timepiece.

D = Diameter. TH = Thickness:

  • D: 44mm.
  • D: 46.3mm.

Case Back:

  • Solid case back.

Bezel:

  • Unidirectional bezel.

Crystal:

  • Sapphire crystal.

Strap Materials:

The most commonly used materials are:

  • Brushed titanium bracelets.
  • Black leather straps.
  • Black rubber.

Clasp:

  • Tang clasp.
  • Deployment clasp.

Water Resistance:

Depends on the model.

The most common water resistances are:

  • 100 meters/330 feet. Traditionally this water resistance is recommended for swimming and snorkeling only. Jaeger LeCoultre does however offer you a few Master Compressor Diving Models with a mere 100 meter/330 feet water resistance, and Jaeger LeCoultre still considers them to be full fledged divers watches.
  • 300 meters/1000 feet (suitable for diving).
  • 1,000 meters/3,280 feet (suitable for diving).

Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving is absolutely suitable for diving.


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