Editor's note: If you're in the market for a steel sports watch with a chronograph complication, you really are spoilt for choice. Rolex's Daytona, Omega's Speedmaster, Tudor's Black Bay Chronograph … the list goes on. However, if you're looking for a timepiece that meets all of the aforementioned criteria, while still possessing*a real and genuine point of difference, then the Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Chronograph is a great option. JLC, known colloquially as the "watchmaker's watchmaker", have made movements for just abut every watchmaker in the game at some time or another. And this technical innovation and knowhow is really showcased in the Polaris chronograph. Late last year, we were fortunate enough to go hands-on with the grade-A chrono, and these were our initial thoughts.* It's hard to overstate the significance of the Polaris collection for Jaeger-LeCoultre. In a world dominated by the round steel sports watch, JLC's line-up has leaned heavily towards the dressy and rectangular. The Polaris, a*fully evolved*collection, changed that landscape overnight, and did it in style. One of the strongest offerings is the chronograph. It's a watch that does a lot of things right, many of which should be immediately apparent. First of all, there's the size …

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