Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Grande Automatique

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Reverso Grande Automatique is a wristwatch by Jaeger-LeCoultre.

Large-sized version of the classic turnable watch Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso in the Art Déco style of the thirties. Here as the first model with self-winding movement. Furthermore, with dual timezone, day/night indicator, big date and seconds display.

The watch is available in red gold or stainless steel and with leather or metal bracelet.

Jaeger-LeCoultre also produced a non-AMVOX-branded partnership with Aston Martin at this time. The Reverso Grande Auto Vantage, Ref. Q303847A, features the "wings" logo and front fascia of the car in the day/night indicator, a red "8" for the Vantage 8 convertible, and a profile outline of the car with the text "Vantage Reverso" on the back. It is otherwise similar to the Reverso Grande Automatique, Ref. 303.


Self-winding manufacture movement JLC 970, 28,800 A/h
25 jewels
Geneva stripes
Power reserve 48 hours
233 components


Swivelling case with more than 50 parts, turnable and pivotable for 180 degrees
Stainless steel or 18ct red gold
Dimensions 46.5 x 29 mm, H 12 mm
Sapphire crystal
Waterproof to 30 m


Silvered guilloché
Black transferred numerals
Blued bâton hands


Hours, minutes, small seconds
Big date and dual time zone with day/night indicator


Metal/gold or Alligator leather strap with double folding clasp