The Polaris line, which was inspired by the 1968 Memovox Polaris, has characterized the attitude of athletic elegance at Jaeger-LeCoultre.
This year, Jaeger Le-Coultre introduced the Polaris Date with a gradient deep green dial. Utilitarian features, vintage design codes, and current standards of chronometric performance define the Polaris, which now comes in a deep green dial, adding a splash of colour to everyday adventures.
The Polaris Date prioritizes readability without sacrificing elegance, thanks to a lacquered, double-gradient dial with numerous textured surfaces.
A well-balanced blend of opaline, grained, and sunrayed surfaces from the moveable inner bezel ring to the minute track vividly identifies each essential dial element. The color gradient varies in tones from light olive to lush jungle, depending on the angle of reflected light.
A major characteristic of a real diver’s watch is the rotatable inner bezel, which is controlled by the crown at 2 o’clock and allows the user to monitor timing offsets or countdowns with remarkable precision. The Polaris Date has a transparent caseback and is water resistant to 200 meters, making it equally at home in a cityscape as it is in the ocean’s pelagic depths.
The Polaris Date is fitted with a green rubber strap with a quick-change mechanism for optimal wear versatility. The Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Date’s new green dial emphasizes the timepiece’s all-terrain character, which is emphasized by its rugged, matt-finished case construction.
The vanilla-hued Super-LumiNova indices reflect its background, which indicates a well-aged appearance. The latest-generation Calibre 899, with 70 hours of power reserve, beats inside the 42mm steel casing. The Polaris is the stylish sports watch for a life of adventure now more than ever.