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The Deep Sea Chronograph from Jaeger-LeCoultre dispels the common myth that chronographs can appear “too big” on the wearer’s wrist – instead presenting a modern interpretation and functional piece suitable for any occasion. The three-register chronograph which is based on the JLC in-house self-winding caliber 751 features a 65-hour power reserve and an indication aperture that shows half red and half white. In addition, key design features include a nuanced, unsigned crown, polished case finished against a black bezel, and calfskin strap. The Deep Sea Chronograph from JLC will hit stores in September and retail for $10,800 USD.