Some time ago I was shown a Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving Chronograph Lady reference 1888420.
A second generation ladies Master Compressor Diving Chronograph which first appeared in the 2008 Jaeger-LeCoultre catalogue.
I say second generation because as you might remember, the very first version released back 2007, reference 1748405 was without the rotating bezel.
A lovely ladies watch, with a 38 mm stainless steel case with a touch of bling, not much just enough.
A T.W.O register, 12 hours chronograph. No running seconds but with a motion indicator at six, the three openings between 5 and 7.
This model was only in the Jaeger-LeCoultre catalogue for T.W.O years, 2008-2009, but what makes this example very interesting is the case back – engraved on the back is the Sultan of Oman insignia!
Not only the case back, but box, paper and gift card – all bearing the Sultan of Oman mark.
That watches with the Sultan of Oman insignia you might have seen, but for me this was a first to see it on a ladies Jaeger-LeCoultre watch!
Normally the insignia is seen on the dial on such watches, but this Master Compressor Diving Chronograph Lady do not offer much space for any additional element on the dial…
Thank you to the owner for showing me this watch!