When Jaeger-LeCoultre released their Master Calendar in 2013, I wasn’t sure what to think about it, since there is a lot of competition in this section. Most of these calendar watches have the same kind of dial layout, with a day and month aperture just below ’12’ and a moon phase above ‘6’, set on a light coloured dial. The version by Jaeger-LeCoultre’s version did not really add anything, to what was on the market, besides the beautiful manufacture movement of course. This year however, Jaeger-LeCoultre announced another version of their Master Calendar, but now with a stunning new eye-catching dial, and unique at the same time. Click to read my report that I wrote for FratelloWatches!