Considered to be one of the jewels in Jaeger-LeCoultre’s crown, the Master collection for men is gaining several new additions this year, including a new Master Ultra-Thin Tourbillon watch in pink gold.

Like the earliest Ultra-Thin models, this new piece reveals the roundness of its case; the strong presence of its hour-markers; its Dauphine hands; the finishes of its Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 978G, visible on the back of the watch; and last but not least, the Tourbillon and its moving titanium carriage.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Ultra-Thin Tourbillon in Pink Gold

Against the eggshell-colored dial of the Master Ultra-Thin Tourbillon watch, are larger hour markers with a gilded, honed silhouette. They taper off at 6 o’clock and disappear altogether to make room for the Tourbillon to display itself, with its new gold bridge.

On the back of the watch, the new main-plate of the automatic movement is decorated with a sunray finish. As for ultra-thin, it’s just 10.77 mm yet it can accommodate the Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 978G with a 45-hour power reserve, while the Tourbillon is set within a wide aperture at 6 o’clock.

The pink gold version of the Master Ultra-Thin Tourbillon’s pink gold case and eggshell dial are balanced out by a brown alligator leather strap.

How much?

US$70,500

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