What does the skull symbol actually symbolize?
In classical art the skull was perceived as a symbol of the past. In the 18th century, it was associated with piracy. In the 1950s, it symbolized certain well-known motorbike fans. Nowadays, many of us perceive the skull as the symbol of danger, and the presence of toxic substances in particular. But it has a whole other meaning in the fashion world - it is adopted as a symbol of freedom.
The steel DLC-coated case of the new Perrelet Turbine Toxic Special Edition measures 50mm in diameter for the menís version and 41mm for the ladyís version. The face is shielded by an anti-glare sapphire crystal.
The new Perrelet watches are 50-meter water-resistant.
The timepieces display hours, minutes and seconds, being powered by an automatic mechanical movement - P-331 Double Rotor.
The new Perrelet Turbine Toxic Special Edition ladyís watch is presented on a black satin strap, while the menís version is teamed with a black rubber strap.
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