With watchmaking complications such as the four internal windows and the guilloché motif in blue enamel, the new one Master Ultra Thin Perpetual Enamel is able to make you fall in love at first sight. This ultra-thin specimen offers a reworking of the famous Caliber 868 (new caliber 868A / 2 consisting of 332 parts and with a power reserve of 70 hours) by Jaeger ‑ LeCoultre, one of the most emblematic of the Grande Maison. Both inside and outside the case, this new interpretation highlights all the characteristic traits of exclusivity, as can be seen from the number of units produced: only 100 for this limited edition.

The new and original perpetual calendar display (day at 3 o'clock, date at 9 o'clock, month and year at 12 o'clock) simultaneously indicates the moon in both the Northern and Southern hemisphere. In a disc at 6 o'clock, on a sky of polished stars, the phases of the moon are visible. Emphasized by a new design, which includes an engraved counter that does not go unnoticed, the various faces of the moon move thanks to the various phases, waxing or waning. An emblematic element are its refined elongated hour markers. Their tapered silhouette elegantly blends with the guilloche blue enamel dial that perfectly matches the deep blue of the matching alligator strap.

Handcrafted by the Jaeger ‑ LeCoultre Manufacture, these artistic decorations enhance the model's functions, in which attention to ergonomic features is immediately noticeable. The Master Ultra Thin Perpetual Enamel watch highlights the precision of its movement and complications, but also, essentially, its craftsmanship, in line with the centuries-old traditions that solidify Jaeger ‑ LeCoultre's reputation as one of the greatest watchmakers.

The new Master Ultra Thin Perpetual Enamel REF: 13035E1 with a 39 mm white gold case it will be available, as already mentioned, in only 100 pieces at the price of 56.500 EURO.