Jaeger-LeCoultre has just unveiled the AMVOX7 Chronograph, a vertical trigger chronograph with a radial power reserve display that commemorates the eighth year of their partnership with Aston Martin. And while this model does not open an Aston Martin (like this one), it does feature an open worked dial made to look like the radiator grille of the Aston Martin Vanquish.

The AMVOX7 Chronograph comes in a 44 mm by 15.64 mm grade 5 titanium case. Jaeger-LeCoultre and Aston Martin logos engraved on casebook, convex sapphire crystal and a 50-meter water resistance.

Inside, is the Jaeger-LeCoultres caliber 756 which runs at 28,800 vph (4hz), has 335 parts, 39 jewels and a 65-hour power reserve. Functions include hours, minutes, date, radial power reserve, movement operating indicator at 6 o’clock, vertically-triggered chronograph: hour and minute counters, central seconds.

Skeleton hour and minute hands are in rhodium and enhanced with white Superluminova and brushed lengthwise. Applied Arabic numerals and indexes with Superluminova. Operating indicator at 6 o’clock, two red lacquered hour and minute counter markers and a red lacquered chronograph seconds hand. Interchangeable wristband in black calfskin with a 20mm folding clasp. (Ref. 194 T4 70)


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