Jaeger-LeCoultre Memovox (Ref. 855)

Jaeger-LeCoultre Memovox is a mechanical wristwatch that was first introduced in 1950. The name "Memovox" is derived from the Latin words "memoria" and "vox," which mean "memory" and "voice," respectively. The Memovox was one of the first alarm wristwatches ever produced and quickly gained popularity for its innovative features.

Brand: Jaeger-LeCoultre

Model: Memovox
Reference: 855
Year: 1960s
Movement: 321
Case: 37mm stainless steel
Strap: keepiece strap
Box & papers: No

-This Jaeger-LeCoultre watch comes as watch only.
-The dial is in very good condition fading to a champagne color.
-The hand and markers are in very good condition, all have matching patina.
-Case has been lightly polished in the past but overall a really nice example.​​
-Recently serviced and is running to spec.

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