Following our friend jml's post, here is a superb series created by Jaeger Lecoultre at the end of the 90's early 2000's. The 37 mm are: The Master Perpetual Calendar: The Master Calendar: The Master Reserve de Marche: The smaller is the Master Ultra Thin
As you know, the Jaeger Lecoultre Polaris Memovox Mariner was issued one year ago, in September 2020, more precisely. I have always been surprised by the timing issue of a diving watch by Jaeger Lecoultre. Indeed, to me, it would have been more appropriat
I have some reasonable targets, such as this beautiful Memovox manual winding, Cal 914, and its black dial. 36 mm of pure pleasure and class. Till now, this is the only Memovox with a see through case back AND a manual winding movement. A piece to hunt, o
While waiting for the new " test watch to come in a couple of hours... My favorite was the Duometre UTT, followed as a close second by the Extreme Lab II and the Reverso Red. These are the watches which were really painful to get them back to JLC after th
I had been looking at this watch for a while ... but I had forgotten it a bit ... But there was a post from Amanico that reminded me how much I liked it... It just arrived with her box and papers, all in perfect conditions: This Memovox model is not commo
36 mm case: Good for me. Even if I wouldn't mind getting a 38 / 39 mm case. Black Dial: all good, Especially with depth and warmth. See through case back: Here, a clear YES! Because we have to see something uncommon, a manual winding modern JLC movement.
One of my best shots of this watch: We discussed the too centered date on the current Memovox. It was already the case with the Memovox E 855 some 60 years ago. Still, it has some strong charm, I think, even if I much prefer the no date Memovox. Best, Nic
After a first introduction made some weeks ago, let's come back to the new Memovox, called Master Control Memovox, and most specially the Memovox Timer, now that I could test it for some ten days. Indeed, the press files and official pictures are not accu