Jaeger LeCoultre has just announced three new interpretations of their Duomètre watches. Previously available in a white dial, the three watches are now presented with gorgeous gray magnetite dials. The dial, when combined with the pink gold case and hands, creates a gorgeous, refined combination. Notable for being one of the only watches with a tourbillon where the seconds hand can be stopped, the Duomètre Sphérotourbillon can also have the seconds indicator reset to zero thanks to a flyback function, which is activated by using a push-piece located at 2 o’clock. The flyback does not stop the function of the balance wheel, which allows it to remain accurate, even while the second hand is reset. The Duomètre Chronographe is the second new watch released. Initially available in 2007, the watch has been reinvented with a Calibre 380, which has two barrels, one that operates the actual time-keeping function and another operates the chronograph (which features 1/6 second indicator). Both can run for 50 hours and are set by the same crown. Turning the crown clockwise winds the time, and turning it counter-clockwise winds the chronograph. The chronograph is run by a single pusher, which ensures that all 5 chronograph indicators remain in sync. The new case also features welded lugs, not to mention. Finally, the Duomètre Quantième Lunaire 42 is a full-on calendar watch that is as accurate as a chronometer. Despite displaying a mass of information such as the day, date, and month, the dial is elegant and easily readable. The dial also shows the hours, minutes, seconds, and even has a moon-phase indicator. Inside the case beats the Calibre 381, another dual-wing movement.