You’d be forgiven for thinking there’s nothing especially novel about Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Reverso Tribute Duoface Tourbillon since so much has already been done with that collection. But this is in fact the first time a Duoface – named for its two dials showing two time zones – is sporting a tourbillon.

In classic Reverso style, the “regular” face keeps it simple: sunray-brushed blue dial, applied indices and dauphine hands, with the flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock. Unlike many Reversos, however, the tourbillon is also viewable from the other, more ornate side, and features a seconds track on the tourbillon cage. Since it was created to mark the manufacture’s 185th anniversary, it is limited to 50 pieces in platinum.

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