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Jaeger Lecoultre Polaris World Time Chronograph, Geographique World Time, Geophysic Universal Time and Geophysic UT Tourbillon. Four different visions of the world time watch.

I am spoiled. I love world time watches, and I love Jaeger-Lecoultre. In these 4 last years, we had and still have three watches in the catalog. The Geophysic Universal Time is one of the most interesting relatively affordable novelties from these last 4
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By: amanico
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Jaeger-Lecoultre Géophysic Universal Time. 2 fresh pictures.

I miss the world timer I had in my Extreme World Chronograph -- as well as the wonderful combination of chronograph and world time -- and this True Second World Time has a modest size and nice proportions in addition to being a very attractive watch. I st
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Jaeger Lecoultre Extreme World Chronograph Singapore Edition.

There were several limited editions of the Extreme World Chronograph, such as the Emmanuel Coindre, for example, or a Boutique Edition with some orange touches, and... This one. Platinum / titanium case, grey dial, red hue. Credit picture: Christies. A ta
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Jaeger Lecoultre Geophysic Universal Time: A King of Cool?

Jaeger Lecoultre love Watches linked to Travels. The Geographic, Master or Reverso, the Master Compressor Geographique, the Extreme World Chronograph, the Duometre Unique Travel Time, the very recently unveiled Polaris World Time Chronograph and Polaris G
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By: amanico
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amanico
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What would you add next?

...For the kind words on the watches and for the well thought out suggestion. Have tried on the Compressor series as I love the way they look... just not on my wrist. Tried one a while ago but it looked huge on my wrist - I wish I could carry off the Mast
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By: APROchrono
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amanico
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Heading for the weekend...

The best version of this uncommon watch, no doubt. I'd say that you'll see one of these for every five of the Extreme World Chrono and one "Tides" for every ten EWAs that you see. Plus, the blue flourishes were ahead of their time.
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By: fherradon
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amanico
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Sharing a favourite number - "46"

Thanks Nicolas, I hadn't thought of the Deep Sea Chrono. I'll definitely look into it as I particularly like the chrono pushers on that model. As for the Reverso Tribute Duo, I really like it (especially the grey-blue side), but when I tried on a friend's
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By: NoH
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watercolors
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Sharing a favourite number - "46"

Hi all, I've been an ardent (if silent) follower of these great forums since 2010. I really appreciate everyone sharing their knowledge, opinions and great wrist shots. In good times, and challenging ones, I've found that a quick review of the various pos
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By: NoH
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watercolors
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An Open Letter To Georges Kern...

But JLC's lack of decent marketing hurts them in the primary and secondary markets. Patek's and Rolex's marketing is such that both markets do well, but they keep an eye on their brands. JLC talks about doing "events," but those tend to be "preaching to t
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By: watchme
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ChristianDK
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Jaeger Lecoultre Extreme World Alarm Tides of Time. A watch, two questions.

At the beginning of my watch journey I got really attracted by the Extreme World Chronograph, so around the same watch if I'm not wrong but Chrono instead of alarm. I liked the design of the watch, the on/off pushers were interesting and coherent with its
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By: amanico
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amanico
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