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Is the red/white display aperture indicative of anything? Reminds me of a yacht timer.

Congrats. One of the nicest watches I've ever seen.
Thanks all!

The white/red display shows the status of the chronographic functions. White when the chrono is not active. Half white/half red when the chrono is active. Red when the chrono is stopped.

You can read a better description of the feature here:
Time and Watches: Jaeger-LeCoultre - Deep Sea Chronograph Ref. Q2068570

This feature was first seen on a JLC instrument (Chronoflight) in 1930.
 

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Very nice! Congratulations and wear it in the best of health...
 

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I adore, that watch, if I havent felt in love and bought that navyseals 2 months ago, i would consider seriously buying that deep sea.....maybe next year..... hehehe

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