Jaeger-LeCoultre has introduced a new and impressive model to its Reverso collection, the Grande Reverso Duodate watch. The Reverso line was first produced as a reversible watch as a way to protect the timepieces worn by polo player’s, but it was originally had only a metal plate on the reverse side. Jaeger-LeCoultre eventually came up with an idea of putting a watch face on both sides of the case. The Grand Reverso is powered by the hand-wound calibre 986 movement, which is produced in-house.

The Grand Reverso will be available in two variations, a limited series of 500 will be produced in 18k pink gold and an additional 1,500 will be produced in stainless steel. The case measures 31.3mm wide by 52mm high, this larger case size is why Jaeger-LeCoultre classified it to be “grande”. The main dial is silvered with a guilloche enraving with a seconds sub-dial and large date aperture. It has blued steel hands with Arabic numeral markers. The reverse face is black which allows for a second time zone and a synchronized 24-hour hand with a function of a day/night indicator.

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