The Polaris Chronograph features a superb signature dial in lacquered grey. From the lightest to the darkest, the gradation of multiple nuances is achieved thanks to a process that consists of applying almost 40 layers of varnish followed by colored and transparent lacquer to the dial before the final step: polishing. In its 42 mm steel case, the dial has three levels of finishing: an internal opaline bezel, a grained circle for the hours and indexes, as well as a sunray-brushed center. Perfectly legible, the chronograph stands out for its iconic attributes: central second, tachymeter and 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock. Highlighting the Maison’s watchmaking expertise, its Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 761 features an integrated chronograph mechanism, equipped with a column-wheel with vertical clutch. The Polaris Chronograph promises 65 hours of power reserve – very welcome for a watch built for adventure.
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