Jaeger-LeCoultre Brings Three New Dials to the Reverso Classic Large Duo Small Second

“Tiger’s Eye,” “Military Marble,” and “Electric Blue” options highlight the brand’s first customizable men’s timepiece.

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Initially available only for women and released last year to celebrate the brand’s 65-year anniversary, Jaeger-LeCoultre‘s Reverso Duo is now available for men thanks to the Atelier Reverso program — which includes a bevy of models, dials, and straps for thousands of customizable combinations — and its Reverso Classic Large Duo Small Second. Crafted in stainless steel and powered by the manually-wound caliber 854A/2, the watch measures 47mm x 28.3mm and offers dial and both sides of the watch in order to display two separate timezones. While the front pairs guilloché and a brushed finish with a small seconds indicator, the reverse side boasts a Clous de Paris ground-set opaline dial. As for the new options, they include a trio of distinct colorways: “Tiger’s Eye,” “Military Marble,” and “Electric Blue.”

Prices for the Reverso Classic Large Duo Small Second, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s first customizable watch for men, start at $8,400 USD.

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