Master Control Series – Master Moon
Pictures and review by boB
Every once in awhile, a timepiece comes along that can knock even a jaded collector off his feet.
This wonderful timepiece has been my constant wrist companion for the past three weeks. Each day, my appreciation for this work of art increases. Jaeger- LeCoultre definitely did something right with the Master Control Series, Master Moonphase. Quite simply, it is one of the most breathtaking timepieces I have had the pleasure to own. Although my experience has shown it to be quite accurate (approximately -1 second a day), one doesn’t acquire this timepiece to simply measure time. This timepiece defines elegance. If one is looking for a classic timepiece for special occasions, the search is over.
- Case: 18 kt Rose gold,
37 mm x 10 mm
Serial number 024
- Strap: Crocodile with deployant buckle
- Movement: Automatic
- WR: 5 ATM
- Technical: 28,800 vibrations per hour, 38 hour power reserve, accuracy tested and adjusted in six positions.
- Retail price: $10,200 USD
- Additional: Also available in stainless steel.
It had been suggested that a lengthy technical review was in order. With respect to the Master Moon, what more is there to say? To say that I am enthralled by this timepiece is an understatement. It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Although in this case, the pictures hardly do this timepiece justice. Nonetheless, take a moment to examine the attention to detail, the impeccable finish, then judge for yourself.
Only by passing the rigorous 1,000 hours of testing, does a Master Control Series timepiece receive the stamped seal of approval.
This timepiece was purchased at Feldmar,
9000 West Pico Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90035
All photos were taken by boB using a Sony Mavica FD-71. Photos
may not be used for commercial purposes without the expressed written consent of photographer.
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