World's smallest watch movement

World's smallest watch movement

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Caption: World's smallest watch movement. Jaeger-LeCoultre watchmaker holding a Caliber 101 watch movement. This movement was invented by Jaeger-LeCoultre (JLC) in 1929 and is still the world's smallest mechanical movement. JLC is one of the world's most prestigious luxury watch and clock manufacturers. Photographed at the JLC factory in Le Sentier, Vaud, Switzerland.

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