This Men's Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control 142.2.92 Watch 38mm case and two crowns are made from 18kt Rose Gold. The screw down back plate is made of the same precious metal and features the company logo and information etched along the display. It flips open to allow the wearer to see the automatic movement that powers the device. The white dial features black lined minute/second markers with gold triangle hour markers. The hour an minute hands are gold toned while the seconds hand is polished blue. A unique chronograph display is also featured on the dial. A 31 date counter is featured at 2 o'clock while a Power Reserve is featured at 10 o'clock. Overlapping the 5, 6, and 7 o'clock markers is a unique world time indicator. Above that display is an additional time zone with a polished blue hour and minute hand. A black leather strap is attached to an adjustable 18K gold deployment clasp.
Ever since 1833, Jaeger-LeCoultre have been working and innovating in their founders original workshops. In 1844 it is alleged that he produced watch components so flawless that no measuring tool of his era could measure inaccuracies. He consequently invented his own tool to do so, the Millonometer. In 1929 the company again set the bar even higher, which was hard to do in during the great depression. However, the company invented the world's smallest watch movement that has still not been matched to this date. The more modern Master Control Eight Days Perpetual Collection is verification that the company has not stop innovating.
Also known as: Jeager-LeCoultre 142.2.92, JLC 142.2.92, 142292, Jaeger-LeCoultre Master World Geographic