Called the Duomètre Unique Travel Time, the new watch uses a decorative hand engraving technique to create a rough but delicate textured dial. The engraving is performed free-hand, ensuring that no two watches are identical.
The watch’s reference and destination time zone can be adjusted to the nearest minute and can be used to display the time in all continents and countries.
It comes with a 42mm case in 18-carat white gold and features a mechanical manually-wound Calibre 383 movement with 54 jewels.
Other notable features include an alligator leather strap, a high-end white gold pin buckle and 50-hour power reserve.
Founded in 1937, Jaeger-LeCoultre has grown to become one of the world’s most renowned makers of luxury watches.