- BandLeather Strap
- Case MaterialSteel
Used but mint and barely worn condition LeJour Skipper automatic chronograph reproduction of a 1960s design. It is a limited edition of 20 pieces in brushed and polished steel, which this is (there were 20 more in matte finish). It comes complete with box and papers with the original strap and 3 replacement straps. Originally purchased in December 2018.
316L Stainless Steel, Bead-blasted Finish Case and Bracelet
Sapphire Crystal with Anti reflective Treatment
Matt Gray dial with Black sub dials & Tachymeter ring
SL C3 Green, Super-LumiNova on hands and indexes
ETA Valjoux 7750, Automatic Chronograph Movement, 25 Jewels
Water resistant up to 20 bar / 200 meters / 660ft
316L STAINLESS STEEL
Le Jour uses 316L Stainless Steel material in all watches. This is for both practical and aesthetic reasons, to give maximum resistance to corrosion and being one of the toughest metals available, it is widely used in luxury watches to maintain its elegance even after exposure to extreme environments.
Solid bracelet links undergo a lengthy process and each link is specially hand polished.
All links are polished separately, edge to edge covering the minutes area of the individual links. Complete bracelet is then assembled with capsa pins. This gives Le Jour watch extra ordinary feel and appearance.
Rated nine on the Mohs hardness scale - Sapphire crystal is crafted for protection from unpredictable minor accidental scratches on the glass. Added with anti-reflective treatment on the glass, directly reduces any glare or light reflection. This keeps the face of the Le Jour watch incredibly intact and legible for many years.
After sufficient activation by sunlight or artificial light because of its much greater light storage capacity as compared to traditional materials, the pigments of Super-LumiNova provide stronger light
intensity and the amazing lume glows in the dark for long hours.
ETA VALJOUX 7750 MOVEMENT
Mark I collection is complimented by the elitist Automatic Chronograph 7750 ETA Valjoux movement. This movement has a history of being in the top league of mechanical movements.
At 28,800 vibrations per hour: 4Hz, 25 Jewels, this Everlasting and High precision workhorse movement is every watch enthusiast first choice.