Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Perpetual Dr Strange 130842J Copy Watch

$229

Basic Information:
Series: Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Copy
Movement: Automatic
Gender: Men
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Diameter: 39 mm
Dial Color: Silver
Strap Material: Leather

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Jaeger-LeCoultre was born in Switzerland in 1833. It is known for producing all kinds of sophisticated and complex movements and has made outstanding contributions to the development of the entire watchmaking industry. The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master series came out in the 1950s, which advocated simple style, and is the perfect interpretation of Jaeger-LeCoultre’s elegant style.

The replica Jaeger-LeCoultre Master adopts a minimalist design style. The dial adopts a radial drawing design. The date indicator surrounds the moon phase plate and is located above the 6 o’clock direction. The clever design makes good use of the dial space and makes the look and feel simple. Jaeger-LeCoultre‚Äôs iconic toffee needle design presents a deep and shallow visual effect under the refraction of light, which greatly enriches the dial details.

What watch was Dr. Strange wearing? The Jaeger-LeCoultre Dr. Strange watch is unique in a way for a few reasons. What watch does Dr. Strange wear from JLC? First and foremost, the watch that he wears (and utterly destroys) in the film is the JLC Master Ultra-Thin Perpetual Men’s Watch model # 130842j, and just for the movie, it was a style that was a “not on the menu” model in terms that it was uniquely outfitted with a solid case back which is quite different from the original watch which has a transparent sapphire crystal on the case back.

The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Perpetual Dr Strange 130842J Copy Watch has a 39mm stainless steel case. Silver dial, slightly stepped-down silver sub-dials. Applied polished index hour markers. Polished stainless steel hands, excluding the central seconds hand which is blued steel. Automatically calculates the day, date, month, year & phase of the moon correctly until March 1st 2100, the movement requires a correction only once every 122 years. Day of the week sub-dial located at the 9 o’clock position. Date of the month of the week sub-dial located at the 3 o’clock position. Month sub-dial located at the 6 o’clock position.

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