A universally respected brand that oozes sophistication, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s staunch reputation is bolstered by its rich history, and a commitment to precision and refinement with a touch of contemporary flair.
The Manufacture was established in 1833 in Le Sentier, Switzerland, where it is still based today. It was in the heart of the Vallée de Joux that brothers Charles-Antoine and Ulysse LeCoultre founded a small watchmaking workshop.
After introducing a steady stream of innovations over the decades -- including the Millionomètre, the first device to ever be able to measure a micron, significantly improving levels of precision in the manufacturing of watch parts -- LeCoultre & Cie. joined forces with French watchmaker Edmond Jaeger at the beginning of the 20th century.
Jaeger-LeCoultre continues to pay homage to traditional watchmaking, with over 90% of each timepiece created in-house. It has also created more than 1200 calibres and holds hundreds of patents and world records, including the smallest movement in the world, the Calibre 101.
Its all-star lineup includes the Reverso, with its Art Déco design and signature rectangular case. Like its name implies, the case can be flipped over to its reverse face and worn on either side. Another highlight from the Maison is the Master Control collection, classic dress watches that exude timeless, understated elegance.
A universally respected brand that oozes sophistication, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s staunch reputation is bolstered by its rich history, and a commitment to precision and refinement with a