|Name:||Da Vinci SL Chronograph MecaQuartz Stainless Steel Brushed / White / Croco|
|Produced:||1998 - 2002|
Price in euro
The Da Vinci SL is a -somewhat- sporty take on the Da Vinci. The case is a less ornate version of that of its more complicated brothers, with a W/R rating of a respectable 120 meters. The Da Vinci SL Chronograph is powered by Jaeger-LeCoultre's caliber 631 'MecaQuartz' movement.
Reference IW3728-08 has a brushed stainless steel case and a white dial. It is fitted with a crocodile leather strap.
The JLC caliber 631 'Mecaquartz' caliber is a movement with a quartz base powering a mechanical chronograph; it has a total of 233 parts and can be considered quite complicated. It was most notably used by JLC itself and IWC.
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