Meet Perrelet First Class Watches

Jun 01, 2010
At Baselworld 2010, Perrelet unveiled its new First Class collection of automatic timepieces aimed at connoisseurs of fine watchmaking and those who are just beginners in this fascinating world. The new Perrelet watches are animated by the classic 3-hands-date movement.

The First Class watches demonstrate a new refined case measuring 42.5 mm in diameter. The case, sculptured in stainless steel, stands out due to the fluting on its sides, the signature feature of Perrelet watches. The case construction is 50-meter water-resistant.

While the older timepieces of the brand were equipped with a crystal case-back, the latest creations have become the first to have a steel back stamped with Perrelet rotor.

The timepieces boast pure and sober dials characterized by outstanding legibility. The dials are created in classic, yet contemporary style and are available in black, anthracite or silver-white variation. They are completed with rhodium-plated indices or Arabic numerals.

The Perrelet watches are equipped with Automatic P-261 movements. The 25-ruby caliber is beating at a frequency of 28, 800 vibrations per hour. It offers a 40-hour power reserve.

The new Perrelet First Class watches are not only eye-pleasing but also extremely comfortable to wear. The timepieces are presented on a genuine alligator leather strap fitted with a folding buckle.

Discover a fine range of elegant Perrelet Watches:

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