Crafted in 18-karat pink gold, this new manually wound Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso — known for its swivel case that flips over (reverses) to offer two dial sides — offers an intriguing new feature in honor of the watch’s 90th anniversary. Powered by an all-new movement, the 230-part caliber 826, the watch offers not only hours, minutes and seconds, but also a grand date and the moonphases on one dial side.
However, it is the second dial that is more intriguing. Instead of showing a full dial, Jaeger-LeCoultre offers a center dial disk consisting of two round apertures surrounded by the 18-karat pink gold case. That disk displays a digital semi-jumping hour in the top opening. The main circular disk that it sits upon is decorated with a night and day indication, and a lower arc that displays the minutes. This marks the first time a digital display has been put into a Reverso watch. Just 190 pieces will be made.
$40,500, available at Jaeger-LeCoultre in Beverly Hills, +1 310 734 0525, jaeger-lecoultre.com