Jeagre-LeCoultre has announced a brand new watch for their 2015 collection.
The Geophysic Universal Time watch, is totally gorgeous.
Originally released in 1958, the first Geophysic watch was only a part of niche collectors’ lives, until 2014, when Jager-LeCoultre decided to reintroduce the collection as the Geophysic 1958 watches.
The new version pays tribute to the old classic, but has a new movement, case and dial design, there is also a 24 hour ring system and a deadbeat seconds hand.
The watch uses a caliber 772 movement which is 6.57 mm thick and benefits from a 40 hour power reserve.
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic Universal Time watch will come with an alligator strap in steel for $15,000, or for 18k pink gold at a price for $25,000.