The latest Jaeger-LeCoultre alarm wristwatch - a boutique-only limited edition - is a modern take on the 1970s Memovox "Snowdrop".
Marc Newson designs his third Atmos clock, powered by air and cased in Baccarat crystal glass.
We take a look at the Reverso Tribute Calendar that combines two of JLC's bestselling complications.
Van Gogh is immortalised in miniature enamel on the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso à Eclipse limited edition.
Neat, concise and wearable, the Reverso Tribute Gyrotourbillon is JLC's second try with a reversible multi-axis tourbillon. Here's a hands-on look with pricing.
SIHH 2016 was all about the Reverso, with Jaeger-LeCoultre giving the line a makeover that included tweaking the signature case for better ergonomics. Here's all you need to know, complete with original photography and prices.
Jaeger-LeCoultre marks the 85th anniversary of its signature timepiece in 2016 with five new models that run the gamut from a basic time-only model to the top of the line dual face-triple calendar. You'll find all you need to know below, with specs for all models.
A world time wristwatch equipped with a deadbeat seconds movement, the Geophysic Universal Time is a modern take on Jaeger-LeCoultre's classic explorer's timepiece. Here's a hands-on look, complete with original photos, review and pricing.
A vintage-style wristwatch powered by a bona fide in-house movement, for a relatively accessible price, the recently introduced Geophysic True Second is all of what Jaeger-LeCoultre excels in.