BY JOVAN KRSTEVSKI
Jaeger-LeCoultre has unveiled the latest addition to its Reverso collection, the Reverso Tribute Duoface Tourbillon in Pink Gold. This stunning watch pays homage to the original Reverso Tourbillon, which made its debut in 1993 and features a rectangular 18k pink gold case measuring 45.5 x 27.4 mm and 9.15mm thick. The case houses more than 50 components, including the patented slide-and-swivel mechanism, which allows the watch to have two faces.
The front dial of the Reverso Tribute Duoface Tourbillon has a fine silver sunray-brushed finish and minimalistic aesthetics, which is designed to showcase the tourbillon. On the other side, the black sunray-brushed dial with gold hour indices and hands sits on top of the tourbillon and is surrounded by the rich décor of the partially skeletonized movement. Above the dial, there is a day and night indicator. The movement that orchestrates the hands on both sides is the manually wound ultra-thin Calibre 847, which comprises 254 parts, including a flying tourbillon that weighs only 0.455 grams.
The watch is offered on a black alligator strap and is expected to be a limited edition, although there has been no confirmation yet. The price is also yet to be confirmed.