JLC honours Reverso collection

First published: 03-12-2010

Jaeger-LeCoultre (JLC) has revealed two new watches in one of its iconic collections, which may appeal to avid timepiece collectors.

Called the Grande Reverso Ultra Thin and Ultra Thin Tribute To 1931, both watches will look to honour a range which has "since become … the standard by which rectangular watches are measured", according to Hodinkee.

The Grande Reverso Ultra Thin is set to be the standard model for watch fans to get their hands on, while a limited series will be achieved through the Tribute To 1931 timepieces.

Some of the appealing elements of both of these timepieces include a hand-decorated movement in the Caliber 822, along with the choice of a steel or pink gold finish.

The dial of these fashion watches will be unique from other JLC timepieces, as it displays the name 'Reverso' across the centre, instead of the name of the company usually associated with this brand.

Meanwhile, the Memovox World-Timer from JLC will look to combine a vintage dial with a modern world-time marker, Hodinkee recently reported.


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