- BandLeather Strap
- Case MaterialSteel
Jaeger Le Coultre - Geomatic Chronometere
Good condition Jaeger Le Coultre Geomatic Chronometere wristwatch dating to the 1960's. Superb looking watch with lovely dial and a colour which is slightly faded giving it a warm and authentic feel to it. Jaeger Le Coultre are one of the few elite Swiss watchmakers who manufacture their own movements in house. They are a company was established in 1833 in the Vallee de Joux watch making region of Switzerland. They are highly regarded for their quality timepieces, technical innovation, and one of the most stringent and fanatical testing centres in Switzerland. Jaeger Le Coultre have been instrumental in the development of wrist alarms, and they developed the first automatic wrist alarm 1958. This one dates from the mid 1960’s. The design is typical of this era of wristwatch styling, it is slim and elegant looking with attractive bent lugs. Has a Jaeger le Coultre wording at the 12 position. The case is stainless steel and larger for the period. Unusual to find in a watch of this age, it has the original signed winding crown, domed acrylic crystal, curved dial and original detailed case back. UK retail price for a modern Jaeger le Coultre is about is £3,500. Dimensions are: width 36 excluding crown, 38mm including crown and pushers, lug to lug 42 mm, thickness 12 mm.