Tasty! A new, 44mm JLC with GMT hand. Pretty beefy.
I have just handled two of the three pieces (this one and the chrono) and the Ti piece is very light. There’s a bit of Hublot in there, a bit of Offshore and from side-on a Sinn U1 feel – in fact it is a bit tuna-canny. I guess there’s only so many shapes you can play with for a dive watch…
Jaeger-LeCoultre Diving GMT [Velociphile’s Journey into Watches]
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