With the Le Locle Régulateur watch, Tissot shows the legend of the Swiss watchmaking tradition on the wrist. In fact, this type of watch with a standard clock type is inspired by the standard clocks in large workshops. In the past, watchmakers used them to check the accuracy of the assembled watches. In the 18th and 19th centuries, precision standards could not be compared with what is customary today. The accuracy error at that time was measured in minutes instead of seconds. This is why their minute hands are not only longer than usual, but also stand out in the center of the dial.
For the standard clock, the hour and second hands were not important at the time, so some were above the dial and some were at 6 o’clock. This Régulateur watch is from the LeLocle product series, which brings together the brand’s most classic and successful mechanical watches. Therefore, the Régulateur watch will present a distinctive reading effect. This Tissot LeLocle Régulateur watch also expresses an elegant and slightly alternative temperament at the same time, collectors will surely understand.
Mechanical self-winding movement.
Off-centre hour hand, minute, second, date display.
Stainless steel or two-tone (gold and rose gold) PVD-coated case, 39.3 mm diameter. Sapphire crystal and case back. Water-resistant to 3 atmospheres (30 meters / 100 feet).
Silver or black. Central minute hand, hour counter at 12 o’clock and small seconds counter at 6 o’clock.
Leather or stainless steel strap with folding clasp.
Patek Philippe’s brand representative style launched in 1932 upholds the avant-garde aesthetic concept, with its soft lines, noble elegance and exquisite delicate interpretation of aesthetic creativity. The eye-catching design reflects Patek Philippe’s core mission, which is the unremitting pursuit of perfection. These unique, elegant men’s and women’s watches are unaffected by transient trends and have conquered generations. Whether it is an ultra-thin, studded pattern or a large polished bezel, every watch is an uncompromising Calatrava series. No matter how its appearance changes, it cannot cover its inherent Calatrava true color. No other series of watches can better represent the true style of Patek Philippe.
Ultra-thin mechanical self-winding movement
Spike pattern bezel
White lacquered dial
Sapphire crystal glass cover
Water-resistant to 30 meters
Case diameter: 35 mm
Overall diameter: 27.5 mm
Thickness: 2.53 mm
27 gems, 6 splints
Balance wheel: Gyromax
Oscillations per hour: 21’600
Power reserve: up to 48 hours
Number of parts: 161
Patent CH 595653
22K Gold Eccentric Mini Rotor
At the closing ceremony of the 73rd Venice International Film Festival, Jaeger-LeCoultre presented a specially customized Reverso watch to the film festival winners to commemorate this glorious moment. At this film festival, Filipino director Lav Diaz won the ‘Golden Lion Award’ for best film with the film ‘The Woman Who Left’; Swedish-American actress Emma Stone (Emma Stone) won the best actress award for her outstanding performance in the film ‘La La Land’; Argentine actor Oscar Martinez starred in the film ‘The Outstanding Citizen’ Distinguished Citizen) won the best actor award.
In 2016, as the 11th consecutive year in support of the Venice International Film Festival, Jaeger-LeCoultre condenses the original and original design into a precious Reverso commemorative model, which resonates strongly with each wearer. The back of each custom Reverso watch is engraved with the words ’73. Mostra’ (the 73rd Venice International Film Festival) and decorated with a red lacquered lion symbolizing Venice’s excellent historical tradition.
The film ‘Leaving Woman’ directed by Filipino director Raf Daz won the best film ‘Golden Lion Award’. This is Raf Daz’s 19th film. The film uses black and white images to tell the story of a female teacher who was unjustly jailed for murder and released from prison 30 years later to carry out a plan of revenge
Oscar Martinez wins Best Actor for Outstanding Citizen, co-directed by Mariano Cohn and Gaston Duprat
Jaeger-LeCoultre’s best friend and film festival judge Zhao Wei wears the Jaeger Vintage Jewellery Duoplan 1958 Cocktail classic watch elegantly Zhao Wei and the 72nd Golden Lion Photo of the award-winning Venezuelan director Lorenzo Vigas
Italian actor Sonia Bergamasco wears Jaeger-LeCoultre Vintage Jewellery 1955 watches at the opening ceremony and awards ceremony of the 73rd Film Festival at Hotel Excelsior
Jaeger-LeCoultre and Film Art
Jaeger-LeCoultre is closely related to the film art, also known as ‘Seventh Art’. Although watches and movies are two worlds, they have a lot in common in inspiring ideas, inheriting classics, and pursuing excellence. Jaeger-LeCoultre strongly supports film art masters who work tirelessly to promote the development of the film industry. At the same time, they also attach great importance to the protection of their brand heritage.
For more than a decade, Jaeger-LeCoultre, as the official partner of the Venice International Film Festival, has awarded the ‘Glory to the Filmmaker Award’ to filmmakers selected by the jury chairman at each festival.
Since April 2013, Jaeger-LeCoultre and the Film Society of Lincoln Center have teamed up to create the ‘Filmmaker in Residence’ initiative, the first to support the realization of future projects for a new generation of filmmakers .
Jaeger-LeCoultre also supports the restoration of old films through cooperation with the Shanghai International Film Festival to protect China’s film heritage.
In addition, as a sponsor of the San Sebastian Film Festival, Jaeger-LeCoultre is committed to supporting the diversity of the film industry and its artists.