To celebrate 90 years of its iconic Reverso watch, Jaeger-LeCoultre has created one of the most complex timepieces ever presented. The Reverso Hybris Mechanica Calibre 185 has four functioning faces and is able to predict astronomical events such as supermoons and eclipses.
It does this by having three displays of lunar information on the interior face of the Reverso cradle, making it the world’s first wristwatch to provide such a deep reading of the cosmos. The interior faces, originally designed to be worn by polo players who would flip the watch over to protect the glass, have been repurposed to displays the northern and southern hemisphere moon phases.
Despite these complexities, it is easy to use and beautifully crafted. Only ten timepieces have been made of the limited edition timepiece so owning one will be truly having a piece of history on your wrist.
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