Auguste Reymond Jazz Age (2007)

The design of the Jazz Age is the result of a subtle blend of typical features of Auguste Reymond watches from the 1920s and XXIst century Swiss high-tech watch engineering.

Most strikingly the Jazz Age is the smallest and lightest possible watch to hold the legendary chronograph movements Valjoux 7750 and 7751. The refined mobile attachment system of the strap adds its particular elegance to this unique timepiece that will also fit a lady’s wrist.

Introduced in 2007, this model  houses a Valjoux 7751 self winding chronograph movement offering chronograph counters, 24 hours hour hand and complete calendar functions such as date on hand, week day, month, phases of the moon.

Technical Features
Movement
self-winding chronograph with full date display Valjoux 7751. Fine decoration, engraved rotor with “côtes de Genève” patterns.

Functions
Hours, minutes, small second, chronograph with 30-minutes and 12-hours counters, 24-hours hour-hand, date on hand, week day, month and phases of the moon.

Case
Polished 316L steel. Fluted decor on side. Mobile lugs. Water-resistant to 30 meters. Curved sapphire crystal. Transparent case-back with curved mineral crystal.

Dial
Guillloché silver Roman. Luminous hands

Strap
Old English leather.

Reference
M-612S751-56

Price
Official Retail Price: CHF 3’300

Other versions
Yellow gold 18K. With Valjoux movement 7750. With self-winding movement 2824-2. In ladies’ size with self-winding movement 2671.

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