Jaeger-LeCoultre awarded at the Watch of the Year Awards

Jaeger-LeCoultre awarded at the Watch of the Year Awards

December 9, 2010: Jaeger-LeCoultre was recently awarded in two categories at the “Watch of the Year” award ceremony held by “Viennatime 2010” at the Hofburg Imperial Palace in Vienna, Austria.

Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Master Memovox won the Public Prize in the “Classic Elegance” category, while Master Grande Tradition Grande Complication was awarded the First prize by the Jury in the “Horological Excellence” category.

Having invented the first automatic movement with the alarm function that equipped its Memovox watches 60 years ago, Jaeger-LeCoultre proudly received the First Prize for the Master Memovox, one of the most emblematic creations of the Grande Maison. The award-winning Master Grande Tradition Grande Complication is an innovative timepiece comprising three complications: a minute repeater, a flying tourbillon and a sidereal zodiac calendar.

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