Meet New Members of Perrelet Titanium Collection

May 18, 2010
In 2007, the illustrious watchmaker Perrelet introduced its innovative Titanium collection, which included five different complications. The collection became hugely popular with high-tech audience in search for different materials.

Now, the brand is extremely pleased to enrich its Titanium line with the 3 Hands-date watch destined to follow the path of success blazed by the earlier models.

Similar to its predecessors, the 3 Hands-date watch demonstrates its resolutely modern and profoundly masculine character. It is a bit softened by an elegant finish.

Every Perrelet watch from the collection is animated by a reliable basic caliber equipped with the company’s signature complications, such as Double Rotor, Moon Phase and Retrograde Regulator. All the movements stand out due to Perrelet exclusive finish and the central rotor set with a crystal.

The collection’s Big Date Chronograph and Power Reserve watches catch and hold the gaze with the irresistible beauty of the “tapestry” embellishment.

The dials of the Perrelet watches create a subtle contrast between black and anthracite. The display of every watch is completed with indexes and hands treated with a luminous compound. It makes the dial visible even in most extreme low-light situations. Each dial is shielded by a glareproofed sapphire crystal.

The Perrelet 3 Hands-date watch is proposed with a titanium case, which measures 43.5 mm in diameter. Both on its front and back sides the case is armed with anti-reflective sapphire crystals. It is capable of withstanding water pressures down to 10 ATM. Housed in the case is a black and anthracite dial marked with luminous indices.

Inside this timekeeping companion is a reliable Automatic P-261 movement with 21 rubies. It runs at the rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour and provides a 40-hour power reserve.

The timepiece is presented on a natural black rubber strap fitted with a titanium deployment buckle.

The Perrelet Moonphase Titanium watch is offered with a 43.5 mm titanium case. On the dial side it reveals a glareproofed sapphire crystal. The case-back is also fitted with an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The watch is submersible to 10 ATM. It shows off a black and anthracite dial with luminous indices.

The timepiece is designed around an automatic P-211 movement, which incorporates an open-worked, exclusively embellished Perrelet rotor. Set with 29 rubies, the mechanism beats to the rhythm of 28,800 vibrations per hour and boasts a 40-hour power reserve.

The Moonphase Titanium watch is teamed with a natural black rubber strap fitted with a titanium deployment buckle.

Discover a fine range of elegant Perrelet Watches:

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