Jaeger-LeCoultre Expands Polaris Date Dial Options

From JustLuxe content partner iW Magazine

Jaeger-LeCoultre adds a deep green gradient dial option to its Polaris Date collection.

The new hue, which debuted in May, nicely echoes the colors of the deep sea, where the original Memovox Polaris, this watch’s antecedent, was built to explore when Jaeger-LeCoultre introduced it in 1968.

The Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Date, with a new dial color.

While this 42mm version of the famed dive model was first seen in 2018, it retains all the same design cues as the original model, especially its mobile inner bezel, controlled by the crown at 2 o’clock, and its off-white markers.

For this new edition, Jaeger-LeCoultre mixes opaline, grained, and sunray surfaces, each of which defines a key dial segment. You’ll see a color gradient that ranges from light olive to darker rainforest green, depending on the available light. Then, the watchmaker’s renowned artisans add a coat of translucent lacquer to add extra depth to the dial.

The dial is protected by retro-style box crystal and a transparent sapphire case-back exposing Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Caliber 899, an automatic movement with an impressive seventy hours of power reserve. Water resistance is 200 meters.

Jaeger-LeCoultre is matching the new green-dialed Polaris Date with a green rubber strap that is equipped with a quick-change system. The watch is a Boutique Edition. Price: $9,200.


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