GEOPHYSIC TOURBILLON UNIVERSAL TIME
This pretty special watch from Jaeger-LeCoultre has a wide appeal. The Geophysic collection was born in 1958, and in 2017, it is the first within the JLC universe to offer a flying tourbillon on a world timer. Not only does the tourbillon rotate traditionally on its own axis, it moves along with the globe on the dial, meaning it will perform one full trip around the dial in 24 hours. This is all thanks to the new Calibre 948 movement that also offers complex functions with cunningly simple methods of adjustment.