Perrelet Automatic Flying Tourbillon Watch - Avant-Garde and Traditional

Feb 16, 2011
Perrelet presents its new sophisticated timepiece equipped with the Tourbillon complication the Automatic Flying Tourbillon watch. You will be able to see the timepiece at Baselworld 2011.

The new Perrelet watch boasts a generously-sized case - 50mm in diameter. The middle part of the case is crafted from 18K rose gold, while the bezel and case-back are crafted from DLC-treated stainless steel. The case is gripped by the extensions of the claws that enhance the powerful appeal of the overall design.

The face of the watch catches the glance by its off-centered hour and minute display, with the tips of the hour and minute hands coated with a luminescent material.

The dial demonstrates a multi-level structure. The flying tourbillon cage is found inside a cylindrical ring at 6 oclock. The cage performs one full rotation every 60 seconds and provides small seconds indication. The dial also features two wing-shaped carbon-fiber zones.

The automatic caliber P-161, operating at a frequency of 28, 800 vibrations per hour, provides 110 hours of power-reserve. The sapphire crystal case-back allows to rest ones eyes on the intricacies of the 33-ruby movement, including its Cote-de-Geneve decoration and the Perrelet oscillating weight.

The Perrelet Automatic Flying Tourbillon watch is presented on a black rubber strap fitted with a DLC steel tongue buckle. The horological masterpiece will be available in a limited edition of 20 pieces.

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