Jaeger-LeCoultre and Aston Martin are celebrating eight years of partnership with the unveiling of the AMVOX7 - the first vertical-trigger chronograph equipped with a power reserve display. As usual, exclusivity comes with a quite a big price: $26,000.

The watch features design elements seen on the latest Aston Martin models. For example, its dial was inspired by the radiator grille of the Vanquish. As a first for Jaeger-LeCoultre watches, the AMVOX introduces an intuitive display method that is in perfect accord with the sensation of immediacy conferred by a sporting outlook and the power reserve display. You will have to release the lever to unlock the glass, and then press at 12 o’clock to start or stop the timing function. Pressing at 6 o’clock will reset the time.

The watch is equipped with a Jaeger-LeCoultre 756 automatic mechanical caliber with a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and a power reserve of 65-hour power reserve. The comparison between the AMVOX’s "motor" to that of the new Aston Martin Vanquish is inevitable.


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  (305) posted on 11.11.2012

good expensive car => good expensive watch. rich people can have both, poor ones can’t have either.

  (302) posted on 11.11.2012

a 150.000$ + car had to have a 26.000$ watch. it only seams fair.

  (312) posted on 11.11.2012

for those who think this watch is expensive, there are 5$ watches that do roughly the same thing: show you the time!

  (305) posted on 11.11.2012

does the phrase "the first vertical-trigger chronograph equipped with a power reserve display" make this watch sound cheap? didn’t think so either!

  (422) posted on 11.11.2012

the watch is a great one! it matches the car perfectly!

  (509) posted on 11.11.2012

thanks! maybe i’ll succeed! who knows?

  (516) posted on 11.11.2012

brad has a point. it’s not like this is the only watch out there and you are forced to sell one kidney to have a watch.

  (452) posted on 11.11.2012

it is more than clear that the target audience for this watch is a very select one. stop complaining about rather having a car instead of the watch.

  (475) posted on 11.11.2012

good luck on fitting the GTI to your wrist, john!

  (509) posted on 11.11.2012

i’d rather have a golf gti than this watch!

  (542) posted on 11.11.2012

they said something very true: exclusivity comes at a steep price!

  (516) posted on 11.11.2012

for whoever has the money, that is a great watch. i’m ok with my tissot (which i do not find cheap either, but compared to this one it’s a bag of chips)

  (341) posted on 11.11.2012

i think jenny is right. the car is well above 100.000$, so the watch had to be expensive too.

  (377) posted on 11.11.2012

this is the kind of watch that people who think 100.000$ is change would get. the simple association with aston martin vanquish proves that.

  (346) posted on 11.11.2012

i love the new aston martin. i am not a big fan of watches, but i love good cars!

  (397) posted on 11.11.2012

but to what kind of people is this watch aimed?

  (349) posted on 11.11.2012

i think that both product presented here are amazing: the watch and the car also!

  (377) posted on 11.11.2012

gabe, this watch is not aimed at people who would rather get a car for that money.

  (397) posted on 11.11.2012

i think this watch is too expensive. i mean, you can get a good car for that kind of money!

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