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- Want to know more about the world famous men's Lassale watch, the Caliber 1200?
- Let this article guide you through the watch-making secrets that made Lassale an illustrious name in the world of horology.
- In the early 1970s, Jean Lassale launched the Jean Lassale or Bouchet-Lassale watch company.
- In 1979, Lassale ceased manufacturing due to bankruptcy, but Seiko purchased the company in 1981 and released a number of Seiko-Lassale models.
- Invention of the world's thinnest mechanical watch movement remains Jean Lassale's greatest and most famous contribution to the watch making industry.Advertisement
- Although Jean Lassale watches endured a relatively short lifespan, the company helped to pave the way for future watchmakers by introducing a number of breakthrough concepts in horology.
- Check out the fashionable men's Lassale watch innovations listed below.
- In 1970, Lassale's Swiss master watchmaker, Pierre Mathys, made one of the most important contributions to the watch making industry.
- Using Robert Annen's small scale ball bearing techniques, Mathys created the world's thinnest hand-wind mechanical movement, which Jean Lassale placed inside the Caliber 1200.
- Lassale patented the watch movement in 1976 (Switzerland) and in 1979 (United States).Advertisement
- In addition to the thin watch movement of the Caliber 1200, Lassale developed an unusual watch that took the world by storm.
- Lassale's wrist watch clock featured removable straps and a thin stand that swung out from the back to transform the wrist watch into a tabletop clock.
- True Lassale watches are no longer in production, but it's still possible to get a taste of the Lassale quality.
- You can also purchase vintage Lassale watches at the Collection Jean Lassalle website.
- Prince One Quartz: Reminiscent of Lassale watches from bygone eras, the Prince One comes with a stately rectangular case made from gold-toned stainless steel.Advertisement