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In 1958, to celebrate the first International Geophysical Year, Jaeger-LeCoultre created the Geophysic chronometer, embodying the scientific knowledge of the time. A high-precision instrument, the watch was designed to resist magnetic fields, shock and im

In 1958, to celebrate the first International Geophysical Year, Jaeger-LeCoultre created the Geophysic chronometer, embodying the scientific knowledge of the time. A high-precision instrument, the watch was designed to resist magnetic fields, shock and immersion, making it an ideal companion for crews sailing to the North Pole, where magnetic fields are particularly strong. In 2014, the brand re-edited the model in platinum, steel and rose gold.

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