Polaris Geographic WT
The Polaris Geographic WT, limited to 250 pieces worldwide, is inspired by the 1968 Memovox Polaris watch, one of the Grande Maison's iconic models. The 42mm case houses the Calibre 936A/1, a mechanical self-winding Jaeger-lecoultre calibre bringing a new feature to the collection. The Polaris Geographic WT (for "World Time") watch invites us to discover the world through the 24 time zones instantly visible on a flange, which can be adjusted by the crown at 10 o'clock. For cities switching between standard and daylight saving time according to seasons, a white asterisk indicates the time with this one-hour difference. The dial is decorated with three finishes, an opaline base for the city disk, a sunrayed sub-dial housing the calendar at 2 o'clock, the second time zone at 6 o'clock and the power reserve at 10 o'clock, and a grained finishing for the case back.