Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso Watch Review
Monday - 23 February 2015
Tom Cross wins the Best Film Editing Oscar for Whiplash wearing a Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso watch.
Outshining strong competition for the category, Tom Cross excitedly grasps the prestigious award showcasing the classic timepiece fastened to his left wrist. The sophisticated, subtle design compliments his sharp black suit and crisp white shirt as he proudly receives his well deserved honour last night. The timepiece attracts a smart gentleman who requires classic watches to enhance their overall polished style. The Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso Grande Ultra Thin Watch achieves a refined elegance through luxurious craftsmanship adored by the wearer (in this case Tom Cross).
Dating back to the 1930s, the Reverso was invented as a solution for polo players to protect the crystals of their watches. Since, the exquisite timepiece is recognised as a true icon of Fine Watchmaking. Taking inspiration from the geometric shapes of Art Deco the timepiece is beautifully designed with attention to detail. The piece is timeless with a square steel case that frames the black dial contrasting elegantly against the black alligator strap. The matte gold hands and markings are easily visible providing a fully functional watch that boasts a subtle, elegant design. Presented in an exquisite gold box with a silver brand marking, the packaging serves to protect the timepiece and finish the air of sophistication perfectly.
The Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso Grande Ultra Thin Watch is the ultimate accessory for a professional gent with a classic, sharp style. The versatility of the timepiece allows for the watch to be worn at elite events and business meetings alike as the watch never fails to impress.
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