Long known as a master of high complications, Jaeger-LeCoultre pulls out all the stops with the new Master Grande Tradition Grande Complication. Replete with some of the most sought-after complexities, including the beloved minute repeater that chimes the time every hour (striking hours, quarter hours and minutes past the quarter hours), the watch is powered by the 570-part Caliber 945. It uses high-tech crystal gongs for the ultimate sound, and features a patented silent strike governor to eliminate background noise from the potential drag of the hammers. The watch also boasts an orbital flying tourbillon, celestial star chart with constellations in the northern hemisphere, sidereal time indication and much more. The bezel is set with 44 baguette-cut diamonds weighing 3.76 carats.
Price: €420,000 (approx. $489,000) in 18K white gold
Contact Jaeger-LeCoultre in New York, +1 646 828 4328, jaeger-lecoultre.com