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  • Jaeger-LeCoultre - Fourth edition of the Yearbook

    The fourth Jaeger-LeCoultre Yearbook is firmly focused on Movement. Each of the eight chapters in this new edition views this theme from a different angle, composing a unified whole that consistently alternates between tranquil slowness and lightning speed, mechanical precision and human emotions, extreme concentration and contemplative serenity.

    As both an art book and a field of creative expression, this luxurious publication gives pride of place to images. Well-known photographers such as Sybille Bergmann, Rene Staud and Man Ray rub shoulders with youthful talents including Spanish artist Rosa Basurto, and masters of watchmaking photography like Claude Joray, Gilles Pernet and Jean-Paul Cattin.

    Each chapter finds its own "pre-text" (before the text, in the literal sense of the word) in the creations from the Manufacture, in order to open up whole new vistas. As the horological heart of this publication, the Master Grande Tradition a Grande Complication plunges into the historical roots of time measurement, before leaving the floor to the famous astrophysicist Hubert Reeves, whose text is enlivened by pictures of the galaxy taken by the NASA.

    The three first issues of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Yearbook carried their number in giant letters on their cover: ONE, TWO, THREE. The fourth presents a mathematical formula: EIGHT/2, eight divided by two. This whimsical numerical twist owes nothing to chance. In its own way, it expresses the Yearbook's mission to merge science with culture, and subjectivity with rationality. In his foreword, Franco Cologni explains : "What for Western tradition is a cardinal number around which fundamental meaningful structures are organised and arranged, for other cultures takes on the sinister appearance of an unlucky number… Anyone surprised by the choice of cover and who suspects it is motivated by superstitions which, in 2010, might seem a little backward, should set aside their unfounded scepticisms and consider the ancient, noble traditions involved in forming letters and numbers: ancestral sounds, meanings that form the very foundations of language and of our intepretation of phyiscal laws. Because if the universe is mysterious and indefinable, our interactions with it are ncessary symbolic: out of the exchange of symbols comes the birth of culture, communication and progress."

  • IWC - Portuguese Automatic

    The Portuguese Automatic, whose timeless elegance is matched by its technical perfection, makes its grand entrance as a classic horological beauty. With outstanding mechanical features, including the Pellaton winding system, seven-day power reserve and date display, it demonstrates that greatness is not only a question of diameter. Two new models, one in steel and one in red gold, enrich the elite society of these style icons.
    The name of the Portuguese Automatic also comes to mind as a matter of course whenever the conversation turns to a globally accepted denomination of exquisite horological taste that is appreciated by connoisseurs. For this has not only been one of the most popular of all the Portuguese watches since 2004. It also conveys the story of the Portuguese, which, with its mythical roots, extends all the way back to the legendary Portuguese seafarers, authentically into the modern age.
    The 50000-calibre family of large movements was developed specifically for the Portuguese Automatic to mark the change of the millennium - once again incorporating the Pellaton winding system after a long absence and a seven-day power reserve, originally intended for a limited collectors' series which immediately gained a large following. The new large-calibre movement from IWC was subsequently enhanced with a date display in order to make the Portuguese Automatic - introduced for the first time in 2004 - even better equipped for everyday use. Its dial is protected by a convex sapphire glass with an antireflective coating on both sides. With its moderate case diameter, it very soon found a place as a highly popular timepiece on both male and female wrists.
    In spite of this technical modernization, the Portuguese Automatic continued to be the distinctive and elegant classic watch from a period which did not gainsay the influence of the pocket watch age, but had nevertheless finally bid farewell to the practice of wearing the personal timepiece on a chain. This can be appreciated from its narrow feuille hands, the Arabic numeral appliques, the chapter ring in the railway-track style and, not least, the small seconds at "9 o'clock", opposite which the power reserve display at "3 o'clock" acts as a visual counterpart. The Portuguese Automatic represents equilibrium in its most attractive form and as such is the embodiment of an enduring style icon that remains untouched by passing trends. At the same time, as a reliable watch for everyday use, it is a symbol of the aspiration to technical perfection and the consistent implementation of horological advances over the last seventy years.
    Any change or variation in this precious horological legacy will have been considered in the greatest detail. This also applies to the two newly launched model variants. The first novelty - already available since the autumn of 2009 - brings a trace of luxury to the previous steel models: the hands, numerals and hour indices above the silver-plated dial are plated with rose gold - as they once were in earlier steel variants such as the anniversary Portuguese of 1993. The previous steel models, including the variant with dark appliques and blued hands, remain an integral part of the collection. As the second novelty, the Portuguese Automatic is being produced for the first time in 18 carat red gold, which exhibits a noticeably warmer hue than the previously used rose gold. The appliques on the silver-plated dial are also in 18 carat red gold. The case diameter (42.3 millimetres) and height (14 millimetres) remain unchanged compared with the previous models.

    Mechanical movement with automatic Pellaton winding system and seven-day power reserve, date display, small hacking seconds, Breguet spring, rotor with 18 ct yellow gold medallion
    Calibre : 51011
    Beats : 21,600/h
    Jewels : 42
    Power reserve : 7 days (168 h)
    Winding : automatic
    Materials :   

    watch in stainless steel with silver-plated dial and black alligator leather strap, folding clasp in stainless steel
    watch in 18 ct red gold with silver-plated dial and dark brown alligator leather strap, folding clasp in 18 ct red gold
    Glass : sapphire, convex, antireflective coating on both sides
    Back : see-through sapphire-glass back
    Water-resistant : 3 bar
    Diameter : 42.3mm
    Height : 14mm

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