As part of its long-standing relationship with UNESCO, Jaeger-LeCoultre will auction the first prototype model of its Deep Sea Chronograph Cermet.
The sale is currently open for bidding, with the diving watch specially created to raise awareness for the World Heritage Marine Programme. It takes its inspiration from the existing 1959 Memovox Deep Sea, a popular model in the company's esteemed collection.
The watch is perfectly designed for professional divers, featuring a number of functions specially made for the purpose. According to the company, it "guarantees absolute reliability in an aquatic environment" and "remains fully impermeable, whatever the circumstances".
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