Wagner_Reverso Hybris Mechanica Calibre 185

Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Hybris Mechanica Calibre 185

The Reverso Hybris Mechanica Calibre 185 is the result of over six years of development, combining key areas of savoir-faire at Jaeger-LeCoultre with innovative new astronomical indications. It is the world’s first wristwatch with four functioning display faces. By incorporating three displays of lunar information on the interior face of the iconic Reverso cradle (the synodic cycle, the draconic cycle and the anomalistic cycle), the Hybris Mechanica Quadriptyque can predict the next global incidence of astronomical events such as supermoons and eclipses — the world’s first wristwatch to provide such a deep reading of the cosmos.
Wagner_Reverso Hybris Mechanica Calibre 185

Most complex Reverso

Four dials, 11 complications, 12 patents

• The world’s first watch with four faces; the most complicated Reverso timepiece ever made
• A total of 11 complications, including perpetual calendar, minute repeater, indications of the synodic, draconic and anomalistic cycles (never before presented together in a wristwatch), requiring 12 patents
• Combines Jaeger-LeCoultre’s uncontested mastery of chiming watches, precision mechanisms, astronomical complications and ultra-compact watchmaking
• User-friendly design and construction; the most complicated Reverso is also one of the easiest to wear

Wagner_Reverso Hybris Mechanica Calibre 185

Design classics:

90 years Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso

In 1931, Jaeger-LeCoultre launched a timepiece that was destined to become a classic of 20th-century design: the Reverso. Created to withstand the rigours of polo matches, its sleek, Art Deco lines and unique reversible case make it one of the most immediately recognisable watches of all time. Through nine decades the Reverso has continually reinvented itself without ever compromising its identity: it has housed more than 50 different calibres, while its blank metal flip side has become a canvas for creative expression, decorated with enamel, engravings or gemstones. Today, 90 years after the Reverso was born, it continues to epitomise the spirit of modernity that inspired its creation.

Wagner_Reverso Hybris Mechanica Calibre 185

Technical details

Reverso Hybris Mechanica Calibre 185

Case material: White gold – Case dimensions: 51.2 x 31 mm – Thickness: 15.15 mm – Movement: Manually wound Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 185 – Functions: Face 1: Hour – Minute, Tourbillon (indicating the Second), Instantaneous Perpetual Calendar, Grande Date, Day, Month, Leap Year, Night & Day; Face 2: Jumping Digital Hour, Minute, Minute Repeater (with system avoiding dead time); Face 3: Northern Hemisphere Moon Phase, Draconic Lunar Cycle (height of the moon), Anomalistic Lunar Cycle (apogee and perigee), Month, Year; Face 4: Southern Hemisphere Moon Phase – Power reserve: 50 hours – Water resistance: 30 metres – Strap: Blue alligator – Reference: Q7103420; Limited edition of 10 pieces

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