Very rare JAEGER LE COULTRE travel alarm clock in leather, for collectors.
Jaeger Le Coultre, 1960s/70s.
Hand-wound mechanical movement.
Gold-coloured dial, alarm pointer dial, crown for winding the clock and setting the time, crown for winding and setting the alarm. The crown for the alarm time is used to set or turn off the alarm.
Dimensions (closed): height 5.7 cm, width 5.1 cm, thickness 1.5 cm.
Weight: 64.5 g.
The clock is in perfect working order, the dial is perfect. Leather case.
The alarm clock is powered by the high quality 911 calibre. The movement was made by Jaeger-LeCoultre between the 1960s and 1980s. Thanks to its versatility, it was used in the production of both alarms and wristwatches. This mechanism is commonly referred to as 'Memovox'.
Dial: Swiss Made T (T = Tritium - In watchmaking, it has been used to make the dial's hour markers visible, first used by Panerai. It is currently used in the military sector, to provide night lighting systems for pointing systems without the need for batteries).
The attached photographs show its condition.
- Aantal objecten
- Sveglia da viaggio
- Messing, Verguld
- 1 dag-uurwerk
- Maker / Ontwerper
- Geschatte periode
- Tweede helft 20e eeuw
- Land van herkomst
- Goede staat - gebruikt met kleine tekenen van ouderdom en vlekjes
- In werkende staat
- 64,5 g
- 57,4 mm
- 15,7 mm
- 51,9 mm