Jaeger Lecoultre Reverso Squadra World Chronograph Polo Fields
The Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso Squadra World Chronograph Polo Fields is the latest version of their famous Reverso collection which dates back to 1931. The Reverso Squadra World Chronograph Polo Fields is the first Jaeger LeCoultre watch to feature a ceramic case which was pioneered by Hublot in their Big Bang line of watches and also used by Chanel and several other watch makers. The watch uses the JLC 753 automatic movement and features a world time dial on the back, the case is made of ceramic with titanium whilst the strap is rubber.
I got invited to the JLC reverso party last night, here in Buenos Aires. It was great, they had beautiful pieces in display, from historic reversos dating back to the 30s (including the first reverso), to the trilogy (worth over 3M usd). They also had gyro tourbillons, and other great pieces. I also got to meet and talk with Jerome Lambert (CEO of JLC), really cool guy! I'll post pics in a new thread tomorrow.
LOVE it. The pics do NOT do it justice.
I tried it on a couple of weeks back, and its presence is awesome. I loved the fact that even with a Ti case, the steel/rubberclad strap gave it a nice weight leveling it on the wrist. Not to mention its boldness, yet unmistakable elegance.
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