1970s Jaeger-Lecoultre Memovox Speed Beat E875
Never miss a meeting with this absolute classic: the Jaeger-Lecoultre Memovox. This gorgeous versions is ran by the 916 movement, oscillating at the frequence of 28 800 pulsations per hour, explaining its nickname “Speed Beat”, and is easily recognisable thanks to its logo at 9 o’clock.
Among other iconic Jaeger-LeCoultre watches, the Memovox has a special place. Being launched in 1950, this line has been in production since, making it one of the oldest model in the current inventory. This very specific model is also notorious for having been the long-time choice of french-polish Nobel laureate in Physics Georges Charpak.
ModelMemovox Speed Beat
Case materielStainless steel
Overall condition is excellent. Dial is in perfect condition. Case is very sharp and was never polished. The watch was found in all original condition and went through a complete service in which the plexiglas only was replaced. The watch is covered by our 12 months mechanical guarantee.