Jaeger-LeCoultre has introduced a special limited edition Master Compressor timepiece exclusively for their Beverly Hills boutique. As a tribute to their loyal west coast followers they went so far as to have members of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Beverly Hills Boutique Connoisseurs Club (JLCBHBC) involved in the watch's design. The Master Compressor Diving Alarm Navy SEALs Incursion sports all the great aspects of the regular model with a water resistance to 300 meters and a case back that optimizes alarm sound. But this model has the addition of the "Incursion" moniker as a tribute to the elite SEAL teams.

Two versions of the Master Compressor Diving Alarm Navy SEALs Beverly Hills Boutique Incursion Edition will be available, an 18 carat black gold model and a dark grey PVD-coated titanium model. Both cases measure 44 millimeters in diameter with a unidirectional rotating bezel and calibrated scale. The black gold version will have burnt orange dial accents, strap stitching and compression key crowns - while the titanium version will have be yellow. The dial will be protected by a very special sapphire crystal which is adorned by a commemorative etching. The watch will be available with two straps - a leather and a dive strap in Cordura fabric.

The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving Alarm Navy SEALs Incursion Limited Edition watch is powered by the in-house JLC Caliber 956 which features a a 45-hour power reserve and a central winding rotor borne on ceramic ball bearings. The movement is made up of 268 parts, and measures 7.45 millimeters high. The gong has an enhanced volume and tonal clarity thanks to the design of the case back. The watches are to be accompanied by special thematic packaging that has yet to be revealed.

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