Introduction To Jaeger-lecoultre Master Compressor Watches

Jaeger-LeCoultre’s new Master Compressor Extreme LAB watch this year, at first glance, it is like a beautiful woman wearing a layer of black gauze, hollowed-out dial, partially hollowed-out hands, solid small dial and looming movement Intertwined, forming a dreamlike effect. It seems naked, and it seems that there is a layer of veil, so you can’t see it clearly.
一切 All of this is like a long-planned seduce, using the latest research results of high-tech, cutting-edge materials and watchmaking to conspire, it is difficult to resist this temptation. The movement is placed in a sturdy case made of TiVan 15 alloy. TiVan 15 alloy is composed of two metals, vanadium. It is light and wear-resistant. Its scratch resistance is 15% higher than that of traditional alloys. Tough and harsh environment. The hollow dial allows you to appreciate the structural details of the movement through the sapphire crystal. Many of the movement components are coated with black PVD, which contrasts with the white digital hour markers and gold hands of the watch, and also enhances the translucent visual effect.
In daily life, the watch is exposed to many different magnetic fields, which affects the accuracy of the watch’s travel time. In order to protect the movement from magnetic fields, the traditional method is double-layer case technology, that is, a layer of case is added to the outer case. But if you use this degaussing technology, you can’t leave so many cutouts on the dial to achieve a dreamlike effect. Jaeger-LeCoultre watchmakers have developed a non-magnetic silicon escapement that keeps the most critical parts of the movement from being affected by magnetic forces. After countless trials, Jaeger-LeCoultre engineers and watchmakers worked with physicists to use a special alloy to make gear parts that moved before the escapement ran.
The choice of this alloy reduces the risk of the movement being magnetized. Because of this, the antimagnetic ability of this watch is as high as 140 Gauss, far exceeding other existing mechanical watches, without the need to place the movement in a thick double-layer case. The glamorous see-through outfit was made possible by the high technology and new materials behind it.