Jaeger LeCoultre Launches Yet Another Exquisite Reverso – the Reverso Tribute Tourbillon Duoface
Denoted as a matter of first importance by its traditional styling and stick lists, the Reverso Tribute assortment has been filling consistently as of late, yet this most recent platinum-cased release of 50 pieces is probably really enchanting. Marginally looking like the rectangular appeal of the Rolex Cellini Prince, the new Reverso Tribute Tourbillon Duoface, another model from Jaeger LeCoultre is a taking a slight deviation from their past releases.
The Reverso Tribute Tourbillon Duoface (Credit: Jaeger-LeCoultre)
Its plan discretely weds the sunburst blue shade of the Reverso Tribute little seconds, with the high watchmaking polish of the Reverso Tribute Gyrotourbillon in a solitary bundle, all while keeping a retail cost that is in any event a touch more agreeable than the behemoth Gyro—$123,000, to be exact. These Duoface models specifically convey amazing flexibility as instead of a steel back, its wearer can switch back and forth between two unmistakable dials, the two of which whose time can be set freely of each other.
Jaeger‑LeCoultre is making another stride as far as mechanical and stylish expertise. (Credit: Jaeger-LeCoultre)
Powered by the new JLC type 847, the hand-wound unit is tastefully compact, estimating an unobtrusive 27.4mm wide, 9.15mm thick, and just 45.5mm drag to-carry. Shockingly this is more modest than the equilibrium of the Reverso Tribute line, and more modest than essentially any Duoface models in the assortment too. I’ve for some time been inclined toward the more moderately measured Reverso models, and honestly I think estimating this new delivery the manner in which they did was a shrewd move. The Reverso was never intended to be an enormous and pompous watch, and any individual who’s consistently taken a stab at one of the larger than usual Reverso Squadra models will authenticate that greater is definitely worse for this situation.
The watch is furnished with another physically wound type Jaeger‑LeCoultre Caliber 847 (Credit: Jaeger-LeCoultre)
While the more conventional blue dial of this new delivery has a lot of allure, the scrupulousness of its rival side isn’t anything short of uncommon. A silver grained dial, Geneva striping transmitting from the launch of its uncovered tourbillon, and its cunningly planned tourbillon connect are totally completed to a standard that has for some time been normal from JLC. Any sort of incompletely openworked watch winds up coming off as in any event somewhat garish, anyway I speculate that in these compact measurements the Reverso Tribute Tourbillon Duoface will figure out how to fly a little under the radar. With 46 Reverso models effectively in the inventory, dislike the assortment was lacking in choices nowadays, particularly considering JLC had as of late managed this down from some place north of 80+. All things considered, when they come to the table with something as smooth as this I’m not going to complain.