Both larger than the ultra-thin tribute models from 2011 onwards. I find it interesting that jlc keep experimenting with different case sizes across their time-only reversos. I guess it may have to do with the rather unique fit and wrist feel of reverso, and consequent need to cater to rather differ
Wish Rolex would take a cue from eg Cartier's service policy. Cartier not only guarantees repair and service parts for all their watches, whether current models or 100+ year old vintage pieces, they also offered a complimentary service when replacing the glass on my 1970s Tonmeau and apparently offe
This is an excellent watch and the perfect gateway drug into the world of Cartier watchmaking. My own first Cartier piece was the kissing cousin from the same period - ultra-thin and slightly larger in diameter. Do like the octagonal crown and faceted cabochon on your example, however.