Vintage Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox International
When Jaeger-LeCoultre presented the Memovox International, recently, I had no clue it had a progenitor. Be that as it may while perusing Ebay the previous evening, I found an excellent vintage rendition of the Memovox International. I never saw the old adaptation, yet it looks extraordinary. Check it out.
At SIHH 2010 Jaeger-LeCoultre introduced the Master Memovox International , initially made for the brand’s 125th commemoration in 1958 and furthermore known as the Memovox Worldtimer. The caution plate on both Memovox forms highlights various urban areas and districts. Other than this, the brand name on the dial is most likely the just similarity.
The new form is fitted with type 956, including an enormous free-sprung balance and a twisting rotor on ceramic metal balls that needs no oil or support. Inside the vintage Memovox Worldtimer ticks obviously another development (type 2612.1).
The new restricted release Memovox International has a width of 40mm, while the vintage form has a measurement of just 33mm. Obviously there are substantially more contrasts. Simply take a gander at the state of the carries, the more articulated crowns, the expansion of a date on the new form and I could go on.
I truly like the vintage form a ton. Expectation the new proprietor will appreciate this brilliant piece too. C lick here to go to the Ebay Auction.