From its modest beginning in Le Sentier, Switzerland in 1833, Jaeger LeCoultre unveiled a series of outstanding mechanical timepieces. On the other side of the luxury spectrum, Aston Martin was born in 1913 to satiate the desires of luxury sports car enthusiasts. With decades of experience between them, expect a collaboration to be off the charts. The Jaeger LeCoultre AMVOX2 DBS Transponder is the first of its kind with a pushpiece-free chronograph and the ability to lock and unlock the Aston Martin DBS by tapping on the sapphire crystal. The case of the 44mm Jaeger - LeCoultre AMVOX2 DBS Transponder is made from 18k rose gold and features an automatic movement with an impressive 65-hour power reserve. Much like any rare treasure, the Jaeger LeCoultre AMVOX2 DBS Transponder was made available only to the lucky owners of the Aston Martin DBS.