In 1958, Jaeger-lecoultre created a chronometer for scientists and explorers, the Geophysic, to mark the first International Geophysical Year. The brand revived the legend last year with the Geophysic 1958 and this year added two new pieces: the True Second and the Universal Time. The latter is almost hypnotic to the eye, with an enticing world map of engraved continents. The Calibre 772 allows for simultaneous readings of all 24 time zones, thanks to a mobile disc. A city disc bearing readable names remains fixed to provide users with a clear reference point, and time is adjusted via the crown instead of a dedicated push-button. Once the universal time has been set, there is no need for readjustment when travelling; users simply set their local time. The 41.6mm Geophysic Universal Time is available in steel or pink-gold cases.