This is the most complicated of the new Polaris watches, pressing a huge load of usefulness. The 44mm titanium case holds weight down and the dial is accessible in either dull dark or rich blue, the two of which highlight the three unique completions found across the Polaris assortment. Indeed, there’s a ton going on here, yet the reasonable, high-contrast markings guarantee decipherability for the entirety of the complications, including the chronograph, GMT, and worldtimer. At under 13mm thick, the watch is moderately thin, sitting pleasantly on the wrist.
The New Polaris Collection
Be sure to look at the remainder of the new Polaris assortment too:
- Polaris Automatic
- Polaris Date
- Polaris Chronograph
- Polaris Memovox
Why This Watch Matters
Each of different watches in the Polaris assortment centers around a solitary complication (or has no complications by any stretch of the imagination), while this watch puts it all out there and swings for the wall. It’s essential to take note of that the complicated programmed development is made in-house by JLC, so you’re getting some genuine watchmaking here, and the styling is a lot of predictable with that of the less complicated contributions. In case you’re searching for a vigorous watch that offers a ton of capability in a bundle that is incredibly wearable and tough, this could be an extraordinary new option.
Personally, I’m inclined toward the easier models like the Polaris Automatic and even the exemplary Polaris Memovox , not in particular due to the more sensible case size of the previous. In any case, I need to concede that I wind up preferring the Polaris Chronograph WT increasingly more as it gets comfortable. Certainly, the dial is on the bustling side, however the open space toward the middle gives the entire thing a touch of space to breathe, and the clarity is really extraordinary in light of everything. I’m a time-just sort of fellow, however considering this watch equitably as I can, I think JLC has worked effectively presenting something new, complicated, and completely enjoyable to flavor up the Polaris collection.
Model: Polaris Chronograph WT
Case Material: Titanium
Dial Color: Black or Blue, each with sunray, grained, and opaline finishes
Indexes: Applied Arabic numerals and trapezoid batons
Lume: White Super-LumiNova
Water Resistance: 100m
Strap/Bracelet: Brown cowhide strap
The dial has sufficient negative space to compensate for the abundance of data presented.
Caliber: In-House Caliber 752
Functions: Hours, minutes, second timezone, chronograph with 30-moment and 12-hour aggregators, and worldtimer
Power Reserve: 65 hours
Evaluating & Availability
Price: $14,500 (calf cowhide tie), $14,600 (croc strap)
Availability: April 2018, on the web and in-store
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The 44mm titanium case is somewhat thin at 12.5mm top to bottom.