Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Chronograph awarded at “Goldene Unruh 2011”
Yesterday, on February 24, 2011 in Munich, Germany at the award ceremony “Goldene Unruh 2011” Jaeger-LeCoultre received the first prize in the category “watches with public price under 25,000 EUR” (category D). The competition is organized by the German “Uhren-Magazin”, with Focus and Focus Online, and it invites the readers to select the best watch in 5 price categories, from A (price under 1,000 EUR) to E (price over 25,000 EUR).
The prize-winning Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Chronograph, with its timelessly elegant design and high-performance automatic caliber, belongs to the Master Control line. This prestigious heritage is reflected in the seal engraved on its case-back.
Available in pink gold or steel, Master Chronograph is fitted with a silvered and domed dial highlighting its sunburst finish.
Jaeger-LeCoultre, over 177 years of expertise
A major player in watchmaking history since 1833, Jaeger-LeCoultre is the first Manufacture to have been established in the Vallée de Joux. It played a pioneering role by uniting the full range of technical and artistic professions under one roof and made an indelible imprint on the watchmaking development of the entire region.
Guided by time-honored know-how and a constant quest for technical enhancements, the over 1,000 master-watchmakers, engineers and technicians craft each watch in harmony with the same passion. Each masterpiece, heir to 177 years of expertise, calls for the exercise of no less than 40 professions and benefits from cutting-edge technologies while being crafted in harmony with the noblest traditions of the Vallée de Joux.
Building on a vast heritage encompassing over 1,000 calibers and over 300 registered patents, Jaeger-LeCoultre remains the reference in high-end watchmaking.