With its newest Master Grande Tradition, Jaeger-LeCoultre has revolutionized the multi-axis tourbillon technology.

Few can match the work of the watchmaking firm Jaeger-LeCoultre. The British company stands out for the complexity and elegance of its models. That has turned them into one of the favorites among experts in watchmaking technology. A symbol of English excellence and expertise.

Their latest model, the Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon Westminster Perpétuel, reaffirms our predilection. Further advancing the art of multi-axis tourbillons, the latest Master error margin is nearly zero. And, the firm has put all his miniaturization efforts in reducing its size greatly reduced thanks to the firm’s strong miniaturization efforts.

The watch is available in a limited edition of 18 pieces that few lucky wrists will be able to wear.

The result of 186 years of fine watchmaking expertise, this design is stunning aesthetically as well as technologically. Precision is accompanied by the famous Westminster chime at the heart of this model. The Master Grande Tradition Gyrotourbillon Westminster Perpétuel uses four sets of gongs and hammers to create the Westminster chime. The melody is composed of four notes to indicate the quarters when the minute repeater is activated.

Recently, Jaeger-LeCoultre had quietly stayed out of the fine watchmaking spotlight. But, for our delight, every little part of this incredible model screams a new age has arrived to the world of Haute Horlogerie with Westminster at the head.