JLC 929

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Calibre 929 is an automatic watch movement from Jaeger-LeCoultre.

Based on the popular and thin Calibre 889/1, Calibre 929/3 was introduced in 1996 and phased out in 2004 in favor of Calibre 936/937 and ultimately Calibre 939. It adds a power reserve indicator and dual timezone complication. It is a 28,800 A/h movement, 26 mm in diameter, and measuring 4.85 mm high. Calibre 929 has 36 jewels and 293 components. A 38 hour power reserve is short by today's standards but was competitive for a thin movement in the 1990's.




Self-winding movement, bi-directional winding
Flat hairspring
Shock protection Kif
Glucydur balance wheel
293 components
Jaeger-LeCoultre 1000 hours Test


Hour, minute, indirect central seconds
Hacking seconds
Quickset date subdial
Power reserve indicator
GMT subdial
24-hour indicator
Second timezone city selector
Second timezone selector crown


D 26 mm, H 4.85 mm
36 jewels
28,800 A/h
Power reserve 36 Hours

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