Jaeger-LeCoultre Unveils The New Polaris Geographic Watch

A refined and sporty new addition to the Polaris collection.


Jaeger-LeCoultre builds on the 2018 limited-edition Polaris Geographic with a permanent addition: the refined 2024 Polaris Geographic. Inspired by its predecessor’s world-time function and 24-city ring, the new model boasts a cleaner dial, improved functionality, and retains the spirit of the iconic Memovox Polaris dive watch.

Polaris Geographic has a 42mm diameter and 11.54mm thickness, crafted from stainless steel with a combination of brushed and polished finishes. It features a glass-box crystal over the dial, an exhibition caseback, and is water-resistant up to 100m.

The dial presents a lacquered ocean gray color with a gradient effect and orange accents. It includes a peripheral black opaline minutes/seconds track with an aperture for 24 cities representing 24 time zones, a grained chapter ring with applied indices and Arabic numerals treated with blue-emission Super-LumiNova, and a sunray-brushed central area with power reserve indicator, second time zone, and day/night indicator.

Powering the watch is the in-house JLC Caliber 939, an automatic movement with 295 components, a frequency of 28,800vph, and a 70-hour power reserve. The watch comes with two interchangeable straps and folding buckles; one in textured black rubber and another in blue-gray canvas. It is priced at EUR 17,400/CHF 15,400.