Through its fascinatingly creative 2014 models, the Classic Double Rotor collection by Perrelet provides a new interpretation of its unique charm. Its exclusive technical nature is highlighted through an original chromatic approach.
Perrelet offers a collection exuding a traditional appeal, within which the brand’s inventiveness mingles with the originality and singularity of a double-rotor movement – a patented invention from the House embodying the brand’s very quintessence. The Double Rotor enables its user to admire at all times the delicate oscillating movement that recharges the movement and enhances automatic winding.
Perrelet’s Classic Double Rotor collection presents two unusual timepieces of which each and every detail proclaims the brand’s expertise. The 40 mm-diameter stainless steel round case is topped by a smooth bezel providing an admirable counterpoint for the fluting of the case middle – a traditional decorative touch that has become a House signature.
The black and white dial forms an ideal backdrop for welcoming and highlighting a series of gold-toned details arranged in concentric circles. The gold-toned hour-markers around the circumference pick up the shape and color of the hours and minutes hands, while an inner gold circle marks off the seconds and frames the 6 o’clock date window. At the very center of the dial, the second rotor distinguished by its gold-toned color swings gently around a red heart matching the shade of the seconds hand.
The watches in the Classic Double Rotor collection are equipped with the exclusive double-rotor P-181 movement oscillating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations/hour (4 Hz), and endowed with a 42-hour power reserve.
Each watch in the collection is teamed with a refined black alligator leather strap secured by a pushpiece-fastening steel folding clasp.
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: Saturday, July 12, 2014 10:39:00 AM UAE local time (GMT+4)
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