News from the Vallée de Joux in Switzerland. gladly presents their AMVOX2 Grand Chronograph Limited Edition (ref Q1972473) in 18 carat pink gold. Limited to 50 pieces just and motivated by race driver Adrián Fernández who began his racing career in 1973. Why Adrián Fernández? Great inquiry. In 2010, he became official driver for the Aston Martin Works Team and as you most likely know at this point, Jaeger-LeCoultre has a drawn out relationship with Aston Martin .
Just like the primary AMVOX chronograph, this restricted release Grand Chronograph additionally includes the vertical trigger chronograph, which implies you have a solitary pusher framework by utilizing the sapphire gem. That’s right, you push the gem to begin, pause and reset the chronograph component. Inconceivable cool, however make a point to wear dashing gloves while doing as such, in light of the fact that you’ll be caught up with clearing off fingerprints all day.
As we are utilized from Jaeger-LeCoultre, the AMVOX2 has an extremely smart framework utilizing rotating conjunctures and a lot of switches that communicate motivations to initiate and de-actuate the chronograph system. To begin and stop the chronograph, the wearer presses the gem at 12 o’clock. To reset all chronograph hands, he simply presses the precious stone at 6 o’clock. In the event that there is no utilization for recording the passed time, he can press the gem at 9 o’clock to bolt it and again to open it. A three-position cursor system is set up to deal with these exercises on 12, 6 and 9 o’clock.
As you can see, the watch’s dial and tie incorporate the shades of the Mexican flag, ‘s nation of birth and where he began his noteworthy hustling profession. He as of now lives in Lugano, Switzerland.
Inside, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s type 751E development is doing all the difficult work. As referenced above, it has likewise been utilized in other AMVOX chronograph models. The watch instance of the AMVOX2 Grand Chronograph estimates 44mm in breadth and is water impervious to 50 meters. The case back has ‘Adrián Fernández’ engraved and the dial shows his initials somewhere in the range of 7 and 8 o’clock.
We think the watch glances incredible in each angle, including the white, green and red hued complements on the dial and in the tie. Regardless of whether you aren’t from Mexico (or Italy), this is a brilliant looking chronograph.