Six years and 12 patents later, Jaeger-LeCoultre introduces their most complicated timepiece to date. The Reverso Hybris Mechanica Calibre 185 Watch is the first to feature four faces and boasts a total of 11 complications. Its front dial displays the time with a flying tourbillon at the 7 o'clock position, as well as a perpetual calendar, while the verso face offers a second time display in a jumping-hours and peripheral-minutes format. The third face showcases three moon phases — the synodic cycle, the draconic cycle, and the anomalistic cycle — leaving the southern hemisphere moon phase on the case back. It's all housed in a 15.15 mm thick white gold case and powered by a manually-wound Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 185 movement with a 50-house reserve. Finished with a blue alligator strap, the watch is limited to just 10 pieces.