Jaeger- LeCoultre has been making innovative Swiss luxury watches since it was founded in 1833. Today, several lines of timepieces from the company have been produced continually for decades. Many luxury materials are used to make the watches, so it is natural that consumers should have similar Jaeger- LeCoultre watchbands to match. Below is more about what this company offers and what types of watchbands Swiss Watch Chalet offers from this watchmaker.
History of Jaeger-LeCoultre
Prior to developing his first watches in the 1830s, Antoine LeCoultre invented a machine for making pinons from steel. The workshop that gave rise to the first Jaeger- LeCoultre timepieces helped the watchmaker build skills resulting in some of the finest watches of the time. By the 1870s, the company had more than 500 employees and was making complex luxury watches with chronographs and other features.
Types of Watchbands
Jaeger- LeCoultre watchbands are available in many materials to meet the needs of Swiss watch aficionados. Leather, a comfortable and durable material preferred by many watch owners, is used by the company to make several of its watch bands. Alligator skin and lizard skin, which have unique, aesthetically appealing textures, are other watchband materials offered. Finally, rubber and stainless steel are available as more contemporary options.
In terms of style, Jaeger-LeCoultre can be described as a maker of sporty and unique luxury timepieces. In fact, the company has long been associated with equestrianism and has sponsored events in the sport. The Futurematic, first sold in 1951, was the first completely automatic watch in the world. Similarly, 1958 saw the company make a watch that was protected from not only water, but from shocks and magnetic fields, as well. Another watch from the company is powered simply by small changes in temperature and air pressure.
Swiss Watch Chalet sells a full range of new and pre-owned watches, as well as watch batteries and accessories, including Jaeger- LeCoultre watchbands. Watches at the shop can be combined with various watchbands to create styles that truly stand out. Clients can contact our store to learn more about our Jaeger- LeCoultre watchbands and products from other watchmakers.
Swiss Watch Chalet is not an authorized dealer of Jaeger-LeCoultre.