Master Ultra Thin 41

Jaeger-LeCoultre’s development of ultra-thin calibres goes back to 1907, when Jaeger challenged LeCoultre to create the flattest mechanism of all time—and the 145 Calibre, only 1.38 mm thick, was born. Today, their expertise for creating slender watches lives on, as demonstrated by the Master Ultra Thin 41, which packs 28,800 vibrations per hour into a 7.4 mm case. Combined with the watches minimalist aesthetic, this …