Calibre 876 is a watch movement from Jaeger-LeCoultre in the “Eight Days” family.
Like all of Jaeger-LeCoultre's "8 Days" movements, Calibre 876 uses dual barrels to power the movement for eight days. Unlike the Jaeger-LeCoultre Duomètre, however, these barrels are integrated into a single power source rather than being split among various complications. It is a hand-winding movement made up of 262 pieces. Calibre 876 runs at 28,800 vph and has 37 jewels.
Calibre 876 was introduced in 2004 and is a development of Calibre 877, launched a year earlier.
Calibre 876 is available in two watches currently
- Calibre 876-440B adds a perpetual calendar module and is used in the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Eight Days Perpetual 40
- Calibre 876SQ is a skeleton perpetual calendar version used in the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Eight Days Perpetual SQ
- Hand-winding movement
- 262 components
- Hour, minute hands
- Date subdial at 3 00
- Month subdial at 6 00
- Day and moon phase subdial at 9 00
- Year window at 7 30
- Day/Night indicator
- Dual power-reserve at 12 00
- Red security zone
- H 6.6 mm
- 37 jewels
- 28,800 A/h
- Power reserve 8 Days
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