Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)
Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)
Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)
Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)
Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)
Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)
Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)
Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)
Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)
Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)
Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)
Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)
Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)

Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)

Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox (1966)

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In the world of watches ‘complications’ refer to any function that a watch possesses beyond basic time keeping. This 1960s Jaeger LeCoultre Memovox has an unusual complication in that it features an alarm mechanism - you can set an alarm to ring at a certain time. What’s more this watch has an automatic winding mechanism and also shows the date, so I make that three complications packed into one wristwatch!

The two crowns are for the alarm (the upper one) and the time (lower), pulling out the upper crown allows you to rotate the inner disc and set the time for the alarm to go off. The upper crown also allows you to wind up the alarm mainspring which is separate from the one that powers the watch (if you don’t want the alarm to ring you simply don’t wind this up).

The watch is powered by the Jaegeer LeCoultre calibre 825 movement, this features automatic winding, with a bumper weight that rotates through an arc of around 270 degrees. At the end of it’s travel, the weight runs up against a little spring to stop it and this creates a very gentle sensation on the wrist.

The alarm itself is a sort of buzzing tone, created by a hammer rapidly striking a little post attached to the case back. The alarm runs for around 20 seconds if it’s fully wound but you can stop it by pulling out the alarm crown.

This is a super example of the JLC Memovox: the dial and handset are in great condition, the case is unpolished wit no significant dents. The watch retains both it’s original signed crowns and most rarely of all it has the original bracelet produced by Gay Freres for Jaeger LeCoultre (a style called “horn mounted” in the original catalogue). The bracelet is extremely rare - the vast majority of memovox watches that survive have leather straps. Finally the watch comes with the original guarantee certificate from De Trevars, the British agent for Jaeger LeCoultre, dated April 9th 1966 (interestingly the guarantee doesn’t seem to have any sort of time limit on it, but then the watch is still running perfectly, so I don’t think you’d be able to claim on it anyway!)

The watch has been fully serviced and regulated, the case and bracelet were ultrasonically cleaned and the watch is running well and ready to wear.

Case diameter (excluding winding crown): 38mm
Case material: stainless steel
strap width: 18mm
time keeping: grade A

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Return your watch for an exchange

We are happy to exchange unworn watches.

Fastening the watch will cause damage to the leather. If this is the case, we charge for the watch strap (or we can put the worn strap on the exchanged watch for free).

Please email us directly if you think your watch is faulty.

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UK returns

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2) Print it off and stick it to your original packaging.

3) Take it to your local post office. Find your closest here.

(If you no longer have your original packaging, please ensure your watch is securely wrapped in bubble wrap / something similar to protect it in transit).

NB please include a short note describing the issue with the watch and your contact details.

EU and International returns

Please send the watch to this address:

Mr Jones Watches (repairs)
61 Dartmouth Road
London SE23 3HN
United Kingdom

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Please include a note stating:

- the reason for the return
- a detailed description of the problem with your watch (if sending for repair)
- your email address and your order number
- remember to include your return delivery address, (so we know where to send the repaired watch)

We recommend you use a tracked service. 

As the UK is no longer in the EU, you will have to fill in a Customs Declaration form (usually a CN22).

Please write in the description field "wristwatch, return for factory repair / refund , no commercial value." 

This is essential otherwise an import duty will be levied which you will be liable for (there is no way for us to reclaim this charge).

Please note: we do not cover shipping costs for unwanted items, returned from outside of the UK. If you are returning a watch that is faulty we may be able to reimburse shipping costs if your watch is within warranty, please contact us ahead of sending in this instance.

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