- The famous Art Deco-style watch first saw light of day in 1931 and remains one of the most enduring watch designs with its characteristic flipping case.
- In this new version, the dial is decorated with a layer of glossy red lacquer over a sun-ray pattern created using the guilloché or engine-turned engraving technique surrounded by two rows of diamonds.
- Created to protect the glass on British officers' watches from damage by out of control polo balls during the Raj in India, this functional design has barely changed in its 90 years of existence.
- While normally associated with a manual-winding movement, this version of the Reverso has a quartz movement for ease of use.
- The case back is blank leaving space for engraving a personal message while the cradle is decorated with a sun-ray pattern to match the dial.