First introduced in 1931, the Reverso collection sits at the core of Jaeger-Lecoultre’s offerings. Now, the watchmaker has launched the new Reverso Tribute Duoface Calendar, featuring a greater depth of detail, refined execution, and subtle textures. The timepiece is available in different materials and strap options.
Housed in a 49.2mm case, the new Jaeger-Lecoultre watch is offered in either stainless steel or warm-hued pink-gold. The steel model consists of a host of alternating surface finishes, polished timekeeping hands set against a grained dial, along with a tone-on-tone colour palette. On the other hand, the pink-gold version has silvered tones bringing out the contrasting hue of the hands and hour markers.
Meanwhile, the verso dial of models of Jaeger-Lecoultre
Tribute Duoface Calendar has been extensively updated — there is the Clous de Paris guilloche pattern decorating the outer dial segment, and there are new hour markers that are now set along the exterior periphery of the chemin-de-fer minuterie. At the six o’clock position, we have a day-night indication, which has been set behind the hour-and-minute counter — creating a subtle way of revealing essential information about the second time zone.
The new Jaeger-Lecoultre watch is equipped with the in-house, manually-wound Calibre 853 that runs at a frequency of 21,600vph and offers a power reserve of 42 hours.
version of the Jaeger-Lecoultre Reverso Tribute Duoface Calendar is paired with a brown-coloured calf leather strap that can be swapped with a bi-material strap in leather and fabric. Whereas, the steel iteration is worn with either the blue calf leather strap or the aforementioned bi-material strap.