Jaeger-LeCoultre Watches History

Jaeger-LeCoultre is a luxury brand of swiss timepiece based in Le Sentier. It is celebrated for its innovative approach in watchmaking. It has inventions and over a thousand calibre to its name. It is well-known for manufacturing the world’s smallest calibre and one of the world’s most complicated watches of near-perpetual movement. The family of Jaeger-LeCoultre contains the likes of the Reverso, Atmos and Hybris Mechanica. These unrivaled collections have a high-level engineering involved in their design. Atmos collection of these timeless pieces derives energy from atmospheric pressure and small Temperature. It has an extraordinary feature of running for years without human intervention. Its Reverso collection, which is being manufactured from 1931 is capable of surviving the hard knocks of Polo game. There are many distinctions and achievements in watchmaking industry that have greatly influenced the evolution of timepieces and their production. Jaeger-LeCoultre has recorded over two hundred patents and have engineered more than a thousand assorted calibres.