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QP Magazine Current Issue #58


AMVOX at SalonQP

Friday 11 January 2013

Jaeger-LeCoultre unveiled the seventh addition to its renowned AMVOX series in collaboration with Aston Martin at SalonQP in November.


Inspired by the Vanquish, the AMVOX7 is the first vertical trigger chronograph equipped with a power reserve display. The vertical trigger was first introduced by Jaeger-LeCoultre in 2005 to create an intuitive way to measure short time intervals.


The power reserve indication appears through two apertures at the top of the inner bezel, with two red plates drawing closer to 12 o'clock as the watch is fully wound, and moving apart to reveal the chronograph levers beneath as the power decreases. The AMVOX7 is powered by the Calibre 756, constructed of 330 components and with a power reserve of 60 hours.


The new titanium case features satin-finished lugs, contrasting against a bold black, white and red dial.


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