SIHH 2016: Interview with Daniel Riedo, CEO Jaeger-LeCoultre

Daniel Riedo, CEO Jaeger-LeCoultre

To celebrate the 85th anniversary of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso the manufacturer presents a variety of new timepieces. The CEO will tell you more …

 

Jaeger-LeCoultre is well prepared for the year 2016. The new products are 100% in line with the DNA of the manufacturer. I expect them to perform strong this year. Listen to my interview with Daniel Riedo, the CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre …

 

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Daniel Riedo, CEO Jaeger-LeCoultre
Daniel Riedo, CEO Jaeger-LeCoultre

 

The Reverso on the wrist of Daniel Riedo
The Reverso on the wrist of Daniel Riedo

 

 

 

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  • The issue with present Reverso, they are all manually, have to be wind every third day and why don’t Jeager use eight days power reserve anymore. I own a Grande Date, need only to be wind once a week.

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