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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Perhaps the Polaris Date Limited Edition Q9068681?

Though I'm not sure it was a US edition, and lacks the alarm of course. But the "Blue Double Gradient" dial with off-white numerals is certainly beautiful, and it came with a very nice strap. If that's the watch Dean was referring to, I can certainly see the appeal.
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By: sirdavid
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Thank you Nicolas!

1/ THE CASE AND CASE BACK: I don't really see any Pros to the exhibition case back personally. Would the watch be slightly thinner with a solid case back? Would the alarm sound slightly stronger with a solid caseback? If so, I would consider those significant Cons against the see-through case back.
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By: sirdavid
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Very elegant.

I love the manual movement and the lack of date.
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By: sirdavid
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: An exhibition caseback seems an odd choice for a tool watch.

Especially if it makes the alarm less effective? Does it make the watch slightly thicker too?
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By: sirdavid
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Thank you for all your lovely comments.

Now to organise the engraving!
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Thank you Nicolas.

Your enthusiasm for the brand is infectious.
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By: sirdavid
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Thank you Leopold.

I always enjoy the photos of your Burgundy (and all your JLCs). You're a much better photographer than I 😁.
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