When you take the refinement and exquisite appearance of a luxury Swiss watchmaker such as Jaeger-LeCoultre and combine it with the precision and power of an auto manufacturer such as Aston Martin, you will find yourself looking at the beauty of a timepiece such as the new AMVOX7. Jaeger-LeCoultre, which was founded in 1937, prides itself on creating elite watches for those who take pride in their timepieces. Aston Martin develops sports cars for drivers who enjoy a unique ride. This latest model has been developed to celebrate eight successful years as collaborators on luxury watches.
The Vertical Trigger Function
This unique, revolutionary feature was first introduced in 2005 and enables users to measure short time intervals automatically, so no one has to hold down a push piece to ensure instant activation. A new timing period can be begun with a simple press on the watch glass. This is an excellent feature for all athletes or people who enjoy sporting events.
The Radial Power Reserve Display
The red power reserve discs are brought closer to the 12 o’clock numeral when the watch is wound. As the barrel in the watch winds down, the discs disappear and make way for the chronograph levels.
Nods Towards Aston Martin
The watch features a unique image of the radiator grill on the Vanquish, the latest Aston Martin model. This motif on the dial helps to give the image of power and precision.
Other Special Features
This elite watch also has a titanium case, a power reserve that will last for 65 hours, 28,000 vibrations per hour frequency, lungs finished with satin, and over 330 individual components.
This watch created by Jaeger-LeCoultre and Aston Martin is an elite timepiece that will surely please many who enjoy buying only the best watches and gadgets.
Jessica B for Raymond Lee Jewelers, South Florida’s premiere source for buying and selling luxury watches and designer jewelry.