The two faced elegance of our favourite Reverso

The Reverso Tribute Duoface

Since its creation, the Reverso has remained unscathed by the passing time and fashions, maintaining its characteristic Art Deco features: its simple lines, the rectangular case and the reversible system.

The first Reverso was invented in 1931, when a British officer stationed in India issued a challenge to shield his watch dial during often animated polo matches. The case can be slid with a finger to reveal either a solid, easily customisable reverse side or a second dial.

The Reverso Tribute Duoface houses two time zones on two separate dials powered by a single movement – the Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 854A/2 – in a case which is 10.3 millimetres thick and 47 x 28.3 mm.

On the front, an aperture at 6 o’clock features the small seconds. Meanwhile on the reverse, a day/night indicator shows whether it is daytime or nighttime at your favourite place.


Just ask your trusted watch dealer for the ‚Tribute Duoface Small Seconds‘ or, as the connoisseur does, for the reference number Q3988482.

Heritage Patent No. 159987
Heritage Patent No. 159987
Heritage Patent No. 159987

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