This is the last watch which I will post from this " Julie's Treasures " series. I wanted to end in beauty with that one. She loved it, but she had to part with it because she had to finance a project on four wheels, and I felt a bit responsible for that.
I have only recently discovered that JLC has revised the construction of its long established calibre 822 movement, still used in many of the new Reverso's. The triovis regulator has gone and the balance is now spring-free inertia with a revised balance c
As requested by Reuven Malter, I took some straps to match against the Reverso Tribute Green. Which do you prefer? For me I like the original green, the Reddish-brown and the light brown/camel strap (for a more casual chic look). I feel the darker chocola
Love the dark olive green dial ! And the sketching of the exact watch in a nice Reverso inspired Royal Selangor pewter frame (gift for the first 30 boutique orders across South East Asia and Australia combined - so limited we rushed to order last week for
Picture credit "watch_watch_insta" on IG. I guess a black strap will work in any case with this green dial? Really wanna buy this watch but to wear a green strap long term seems to be a no go for my personal taste. Brown would be my choice, but doesnt thi
In the press release, they stated that the Reverso Hybris Mechanica Quadriptyque Cal 185 was the most complicated ever made, with 11 complications. It seems that they forgot the Triptyque with its 18 or 19 complications! Now, it is true that that the Cal