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Live from SIHH 2018: Highlights from Day 3

Live from SIHH 2018: Highlights from Day 3

I t is the final day of the SIHH presentation before the doors are open to the public. All eyes are on Jaeger-LeCoultre, who engineers its elegant timepieces in Le Sentier, where it was founded in 1833. Famed for its intricacy and expertise, the brand has developed over 1,200 individual calibres and holds 400 unique patents. Here we highlight our favourites.

1. JAEGER-LECOULTRE Geophysic True Second

This Geophysic True Second 100 pieces limited is now equipped with a Gyro Lab balance as well as a pretty unique complication – the deadbeat seconds hand. The timepiece comes with a brown calfskin leather strap, specially treated to give it an aged patina, overall enhancing its looks.

What we love about it: It comes in a stunning blue sunburst dial.

2. CARTIER Libre Collection

Mysterious creations may lead the Cartier’s presentation at SIHH, but the watchmaker also introduces exquisite variations of the oval shape through its Libre collection. Precious materials and jewels come together in five beautiful pieces available in limited editions.

Why we love it: With proportions disrupted and aesthetics that emerge so uniquely, it defies categorisation.

I t is the final day of the SIHH presentation before the doors are open to the public. All eyes are on Jaeger-LeCoultre, who engineers its elegant timepieces in Le Sentier, where it was founded in 1833. Famed for its intricacy and expertise, the brand has developed over 1,200 individual calibres and holds 400 unique patents. Here we highlight our favourites.

1. JAEGER-LECOULTRE Geophysic True Second

This Geophysic True Second 100 pieces limited is now equipped with a Gyro Lab balance as well as a pretty unique complication – the deadbeat seconds hand. The timepiece comes with a brown calfskin leather strap, specially treated to give it an aged patina, overall enhancing its looks.

What we love about it: It comes in a stunning blue sunburst dial.

2. CARTIER Libre Collection

Mysterious creations may lead the Cartier’s presentation at SIHH, but the watchmaker also introduces exquisite variations of the oval shape through its Libre collection. Precious materials and jewels come together in five beautiful pieces available in limited editions.

Why we love it: With proportions disrupted and aesthetics that emerge so uniquely, it defies categorisation.

3. A. LANGE & SÖHNE 1815 Homage to Walter Lange “Jumping Seconds”

In honour of the late A. Lange & Sohne founder Walter Lange, who resurrected the watchmaking factory of his ancestors, this watch sports the well-known classic 1815 model look and the historic 150-year-old complication conceived by his great-grandfather Ferdinand Adolph Lange.

Why we love it: It comes in limited editions of yellow, rose and white gold and one unique piece in stainless steel. The unique piece in stainless steel will be auctioned off for a good cause.

4. BOVET FLEURIER 1822 Edouard Bovet Flying Tourbillon

Celebrating 200 years, Bovet Fleurier introduces the impressive Edouard Bovet Flying Tourbillon. Equipped with an impressive 10-day power reserve, it also features a triple time-zone with hemispherical earth maps regulated by Bovet’s patented double sided flying tourbillon. It is a limited edition of 60 pieces that comes in pink or white gold.

Why we love it: The view of this amazing timepiece from either side are mesmerising.

3. A. LANGE & SÖHNE 1815 Homage to Walter Lange “Jumping Seconds”

In honour of the late A. Lange & Sohne founder Walter Lange, who resurrected the watchmaking factory of his ancestors, this watch sports the well-known classic 1815 model look and the historic 150-year-old complication conceived by his great-grandfather Ferdinand Adolph Lange.

Why we love it: It comes in limited editions of yellow, rose and white gold and one unique piece in stainless steel. The unique piece in stainless steel will be auctioned off for a good cause.

4. BOVET FLEURIER 1822 Edouard Bovet Flying Tourbillon

Celebrating 200 years, Bovet Fleurier introduces the impressive Edouard Bovet Flying Tourbillon. Equipped with an impressive 10-day power reserve, it also features a triple time-zone with hemispherical earth maps regulated by Bovet’s patented double sided flying tourbillon. It is a limited edition of 60 pieces that comes in pink or white gold.

Why we love it: The view of this amazing timepiece from either side are mesmerising.