Thinning the collection some.
I've decided to sell my Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor Diving Chronograph GMT Navy SEALs Limited Edition.
Quite possibly the longest watch model name ever.
Reference #: Q178T470.
This is a wonderful watch and quite large by JLC standards.
Includes double boxes, all papers, including recent service by JLC paperwork, and three straps: JLC black, Hirsch black/red, and the JLC black/grey NATO strap (forgot to take pics of it, but included).
Watch features a 44mm (46.3mm with pushers) grade 5 titanium case, watertight to 300 meters, shot-peened ceramic diving bezel, black dial with luminescent numerals and hour-markers, automatic calibre 757 movement with chronograph function, second time zone, day/night indicator, and date.
Approximately 65 hours of power reserve.
Comes with the original calfskin leather strap with JLC pin buckle.
I've been wearing it with a beautiful Hirsch strap with red stitching and red rubber backing that really sets off the watch and highlights the red chronograph second hand, this strap is included as well, it's the strap shown in the pictures below.
In the pictures I've hidden the second time zone hour hand, since it runs on a 12 hour cycle, you can hide it under the main hour hand when not needed.
This watch just came back from JLC in June, so it is both mechanically and cosmetically perfect.
The service bill was almost nine hundred dollars (pic below).
Will give the new owner trouble-free service for many years to come.
Asking: $7,500 obo.
Retail is over 13 grand.
Plenty of references including eBay.
Watch and I are both located in Durham, NC, USA.
Don't forget to check out my JLC Geophysic 1958 which I've also listed.