Jaeger-LeCoultre Unique Triology - Hybris Mechanica 55

Sep 14, 2009
The renowned watchmaker Jaeger-LeCoultre is honored to be an official supporter for the extremely spectacular 66th Venice International Film Festival, also famous as the Mostra. Stars and enthusiasts of both captivating films and luxury watches will be offered a unique opportunity to admire a spectrum of gorgeous timepieces, suggested by the alluring world of film-making.

To mark this event, the top Swiss horological company is proud to announce its exclusive watch line, named Hybris Mechanica 55. This collection represents a stunning trilogy, entirely different from anything that has been done before in the world of horology.

The line consists of three models, incorporating 55 complications overall. The unprecedented trilogy, manufactured by Jaeger-LeCoultre, was unveiled in the course of the ultra-glamorous evening event, which took place on September 8th.

The Hybris Mechanica 55 line is an eloquent proof of Jaeger-LeCoultres ability to comply with the modern lifestyle requirements and carry on its masterful 176-year-old traditions.
This unique line embraces three pieces of art: the innovative Hybris Mechanica a Grande Sonnerie, the Hybris Mechanica a Triptyque and the Hybris Mechanica Gyrotourbillon.

Successfully uniting the most complicated timekeepers, the one-off trilogy reveals the evolution of fine watch-making. It gives a deep perspective on the brands history, demonstrating the most extraordinary accomplishments of the Grande Maison from the Vallee de Joux.

The rare Jaeger-LeCoultre watches will be proposed in a premium, weighty and extremely secure safe, exposing an upscale finishing.

Discover a fine selection of elegant Jaeger-LeCoultre watches and clocks:

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