Jaeger-LeCoultre makes some of the finest watches in the industry. Once again, their watchmaking prowess is demonstrated with this new watch, the Master Compressor Extreme LAB 2.
The new watch has a case made of titanium, and a bezel and crown of ceramic. The edgy, albeit stylish case echoes the "extreme" in the name of the watch. The dial, although skeletonized, is still high-legible. In addition to the essential time-keeping functions, the watch also displays a second time zone and the power reserve (the white/blue going from 9 to 3). The watch also has a chronograph and "digital instant chronograph". The blue version has the reference number "203T541", while the red has the reference number "203T540". The watch can be found on JLC's website here.
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