In 1931, its swivel system made it possible to respond to the challenge set by British officers stationed in India: that of creating a watch capable of withstanding the hard knocks of a polo.
The Parisian engineer René-Alfred Chauvot was appointed by the Swiss César de Trey to develop a guard-time the case of which would revolve on itself in 180 degrees to turn the back in the shocks and to protect its dial. Reverso soon became an Art Deco classic and an embodiment of all the values of this movement. A Reverso Tourbillon is cerated in 1993. It is currently one of the rare icon models in luxury watchmaking.