Jaeger-LeCoultre Replica has a reputation for creating impressive watches. Usually, these creations focus on their mechanical nature, highlighting their technical capabilities. But the brand has more skills than just making excellent mechanical calibers.
In 2002 they even accomplished something few jewelry brands, let alone a watch brand, can say they did; they invented a new technique of setting diamonds. This so-called snow setting uses different sizes of brilliant-cut diamonds, which are set seemingly at random on the Luxury Replica Watch. The effect of this resembles that of freshly fallen snow. Interesting is that with the Dazzling Rendez-Vous Moon Jaeger-LeCoultre does the exact opposite and goes for order and symmetry.
This is most evident in the bracelet of the watch. Large, brilliant-cut diamonds are set in neat rows. Jaeger-LeCoultre needed 310 diamonds to complete the bracelet, which weighs all combined an impressive 22.27 carats. For the bezel, we travel back in time as Fake Jaeger-LeCoultre utilized an old setting technique in which only the bare minimum of metal holds each diamond.
The dial is kept rather clean, with only a few diamonds to accentuate its shape. It is the gold sword hands and the moon phase that rule here. They are powered by automatic caliber 925/A1, which can be admired through the sapphire case back.That also makes this Jaeger-LeCoultre Swiss Fake Watch, above all, an exemplary balancing act that highlights a less known aspect of this respected manufacture.