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Jaeger LeCoultre - Aston Martin Collection of Exquisite Watches

The AMVOX3 Tourbillon GMTThe AMVOX2 Chronograph DBS
A few months ago, we told you about the ultimate timepiece that resulted from the collaboration between Jaeger LeCoultre and Aston Martin, the 18-carat pink gold AMVOX DBS Transponder, a total delight for owners of James Bond's car, that is the Aston Martin DBS, of course.

Inspired by our friends from Softpedia, we thought of presenting you the whole collection of  Jaeger LeCoultre-Aston Martin watches so that you know what to do in case you want something really special when it comes to timepieces.

Jaeger-LeCoultre has an experience in building timepieces of more than 175 years but the partnership between Aston Martin and the famous watchmaker began in 2004 with the launch of the Aston Martin-Jaeger-LeCoultre gentleman’s watch - the AMVOX1.

But last year, an interesting timepiece resulted from the partnership of the two companies that have perfection as their common goal: the first watch to control access to a sports car, the Aston Martin DBS. As we have already told you, the AMVOX DBS Transponder is a 3 in 1 item: it locks, respectively unlocks your car, helps you have a better control on it and gives you a hand in knowing what time of the day it is. As the driver approaches the car, he must press the OPEN position on the watch glass in order to activate the door opening system. Same goes when it comes to the CLOSE position.

Another interesting watch from Jaeger LeCoultre-Aston Martin is the AMVOX2 Chronograph DBS. It is equipped with the world's first mechanical chronograph without push buttons. It uses a vertical trigger of mechanical levers, which can be seen through the lower dial opening. These allow the chronograph to be started, stopped and reset by pressing on the sapphire crystal.

Last but certainly not the least, the AMVOX3 Tourbillon GMT is characterized by three key points: the accuracy of an automatic tourbillon movement, the advanced technology of a platinum–iridium/carbon-fibre oscillating weight and the durability of a black ceramic case. The tourbillon drives two time-zone displays as well as AM/PM and date indication.

Well, it's not easy to be James Bond but the reward is given accordingly. The only problem is that it might be extremely difficult for your to decide which timepiece from the aforementioned three you would prefer. In fact, all three sound extremely tempting.

 
 
 
 
 

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