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Item ID: 300W102350

Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving GMT Watch  

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Sold
Brand
Jaeger-LeCoultre
Model
160.T.05 Master Compressor Diving GMT

Product Details:

Bracelet/Band MaterialGlossary
Titanium, Rubber
Brand
Jaeger-LeCoultre
Case MaterialGlossary
Titanium
Case ThicknessGlossary
17mm
Case WidthGlossary
44mm without the crown
Face Color - DialGlossary
Black
FeaturesGlossary
Time Zones
GenderGlossary
Men's
Model
160.T.05 Master Compressor Diving GMT
MovementGlossary
Automatic
Weight
N/A grams
Wrist SizeGlossary
Up to 7.5 inches
Other info
Includes the Box & Papers

This men's Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving GMT, model number 160.T.05, is a gently pre-owned watch. It is also very rare, as only 1,500 were made. It is in great condition, as seen in our close-up pictures of the actual watch, and there are no major signs of wear on the case, crystal, or bracelet. It is fully functioning, guaranteed 100% authentic, and sells at a retail price of $11,500.

This watch is made for the depths of the sea, boasting a water resistance up to 1,000m. It features a case, crown, lugs and bracelet made of titanium. The thick case shows the strength of this timepiece, and it contains a sporty looking, black dial. You'll find a date window at 3 o' clock, and a 24-hour (GMT) time zone at 9 o' clock. An automatic movement powers the steel-tone hour and minute hands, which point to luminescent, stick and numeric markers.

The pushed-down back plate features information about the watch, including the model, and water resistance. The case measures 44mm without the crown, 52mm long with the lugs, and 17mm thick. The titanium bracelet uses a butterfly clasp, and will fit a wrist up to 7.5 inches.

Since 1833, Jaeger-LeCoultre has carried out its tradition of innovation from the founder’s original workshops. In 1844, it is believed that he produced watch components so flawless that no measuring tool of his era could measure any inaccuracies. Consequently, he invented his own tool to do so: the Millonometer. In 1929, the company set the bar even higher, despite the Great Depression, by inventing the world’s smallest watch movement, which is unmatched to this date.

This men's Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving GMT, model number 160.T.05, is a gently pre-owned watch. It is also very rare, as only 1,500 were made. It is in great condition, as seen in our close-up pictures of the actual watch, and there are no major signs of wear on the case, crystal, or bracelet. It is fully functioning, guaranteed 100% authentic, and sells at a retail price of $11,500.

This watch is made for the depths of the sea, boasting a water resistance up to 1,000m. It features a case, crown, lugs and bracelet made of titanium. The thick case shows the strength of this timepiece, and it contains a sporty looking, black dial. You'll find a date window at 3 o' clock, and a 24-hour (GMT) time zone at 9 o' clock. An automatic movement powers the steel-tone hour and minute hands, which point to luminescent, stick and numeric markers.

The pushed-down back plate features information about the watch, including the model, and water resistance. The case measures 44mm without the crown, 52mm long with the lugs, and 17mm thick. The titanium bracelet uses a butterfly clasp, and will fit a wrist up to 7.5 inches.

Since 1833, Jaeger-LeCoultre has carried out its tradition of innovation from the founder’s original workshops. In 1844, it is believed that he produced watch components so flawless that no measuring tool of his era could measure any inaccuracies. Consequently, he invented his own tool to do so: the Millonometer. In 1929, the company set the bar even higher, despite the Great Depression, by inventing the world’s smallest watch movement, which is unmatched to this date.