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Wearing Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Master World Geographic may make you feel like you’re able to be in more than one place at a time.
With a 24 time zone display on the dial, it is easy for the wearer to instantly tell the time in any city on Earth. The names of 24 cities, corresponding to the 24 time zones, are displayed just inside the bezel.
Thus it is aptly named the “Master World.” In addition, the date (of your home time zone) is displayed at 3 o’clock and a second time zone is in the 6 o’clock subdial.
There is a also a power reserve indicator, which is especially helpful when traveling with a self-winding watch.
The watch features an automatic movement which is unidirectionally wound. Most automatic watches are wound in both directions, but Jeager’s engineers have concluded that unidirectional winding is more efficient. It also has a crystal caseback, allowing you a great view of the movement.
Despite its myriad functions and efficiencies, even this extraordinary timepiece cannot actually put you in two places at once. But you may feel like the master of your own world when you wear it.
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master World Geographic Watch