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AMVOX5 World Chronograph Cermet LTD Series

The Year 2013 Marked Both The 180th Anniversary Of Jaeger-LeCoultre And The 100th Anniversary Of British Automaker Aston Martin. With A Successful Partnership Between The Two Companies Of Luxury Goods, They Collaborated Once More To Create A Set Of Three Watches To Debut iN 2013. One Of Those Three Watches Was The AMVOX5 World Chronograph Cermet Which Was A Limited Series, Only 500 Units Manufactured.

The Case Is Made Of A Material Called Cermet, Which Has Never Been Used Before To Manufacture Watches. Cermet Consists Of Aluminium Reinforced With Particles Of Ceramic And Then Coated With An Additional Layer Of Ceramic. This High-Tech Case Allows The Watch To Be Durable And Light-Weight.  Titanium Crowns And Push Buttons For The Chronograph. Water Resistant To 50 Meters (150 Feet).

Jaeger-LeCoultre Black Opaline Dial With White And Red Accents. A Combination Of Luminous White Arabic Numeral And Index Hour Markers Accompanied By Luminsecent Filled Hands. The Inner Bezel Rind Is Scaled With The 24 Time Zones Which Displays The World Time Function. Two Sub-Dials Displaying The 12-Hour Counter And 30-Minute Counter For The Chronograph Function. A Date Aperture Is Located At The 6 O'Clock Position With An Movement Operating Indicator Right Above It. 

Jaeger-LeCoultre Black Calfskin Strap With Red Stitching To Match The Accents On The Dial. Attached To This Strap Is A Jaeger-LeCoultre Stainless Steel Butterfly Clasp. 

Jaeger-LeCoultre Caliber 752/1 Self-Winding Movement With An Approximate Power Reserve Of 65 Hours When Fully Wound. The Movement Is Comprised Of 279 Pieces, 39 Jewels And Beats At 28,800 Vibrations Per Hour.

A Full Two Year Warranty And Certificate Of Authenticity Will Be Issued By Element iN Time NYC.

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