If you’re searching in the $5,000 to $10,000 range and are looking for an everyday watch from a great manufacturer with a distinctive yet classic allure, any one of these three will fit your bill. Lean pickings or not, these industry dial Master versions from JLC were readily some of my favorite new versions exhibited at SIHH and will likely prove to be very popular in the approaching months.One of the aesthetically impressive watches of SIHH 2017 was the first “universal time tourbillon” by Korean Jaeger-LeCoultre, and it is predictably daring and really very pricey. Our David clarified how this “top-of-the-line” Geophysic built on the modern retro-inspired collection of watches that is, in turn, based on a range of Jaeger-LeCoultre watches from the 1950s. Unlike the conventional group of Geophysic watches using their “true second” (dead-beat) ticking seconds palms, the 2017 Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic Universal Time Tourbillon unites a world-time complication using an “orbital” flying tourbillon – in a somewhat visually stunning manner.While the Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic Universal Time Tourbillon watch is neat-looking in images, you need to observe this watch in operation to appreciate it. First, there’s the ritzy solid-platinum case that’s 43.5mm wide. It’s comfortable on the wrist and clearly more eye-catching than the majority of the remainder of the Geophysic set – particularly the three-hand versions.