Doettling designs safe for the $2.5 million Jaeger-LeCoultre watch set

Andrea Divirgilio / July 3, 2009

jaeger lecoultre hybris mechanica set safeFeaturing Jaeger LeCoultre mechanical Calibre 182 movement with 26 complications and over 1300 parts, the limited edition Hybris Mechanica Grand Sonnerie is the world’s most complex watch and costs a whopping $2.5 million. For the price, you also get two other highly complex Jaeger LeCoultre watches – the Gyrotourbillon and Reverso a Tryptique. The set of three watches comes in a safe as a presentation box, which is probably the largest watch safe till date. Jaeger LeCoultre approached the German luxury safe company Doettling for the amazing watch safe. Resembling the looks of a travel chest, the safe stands six feet tall and weighs in at 1,800 pounds. The Jaeger-LeCoultre Hybris Mechanica set safe features eight watch winders and three lighted holes that house the three watches. The rest of the space inside the heavy safe can be used to accommodate other things. There are magnifying glasses and tools for your watches inside. Limited to 30 units worldwide, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Hyrbis Mechanica watch set will sell for between $2.5 million and $3 million.

Via: Luxist

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