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    Perrelet Double Rotor Pics

    Hi Guys,

    This is from a post way back in 2010 when I had purchased this watch, didnt manage to upload pics. This has been a great watch for last 2 years, accurate to within 1 sec per day. Love it to bits, like to know your views. It has blued breguet hands and enameal dial.

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    regards Richard

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    Re: Perrelet Double Rotor Pics

    Looks very nice, I like watches with unique sides on the case, it's part of a watch that doesn't always get a lot of detail. I didn't even know Perrelet made one like this, some of their others are a bit over the top for me.

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    Re: Perrelet Double Rotor Pics

    Are both rotors fully functional?

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    Re: Perrelet Double Rotor Pics

    I think the one in the front is just cosmetic, I remember someone telling me that a while back

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    Re: Perrelet Double Rotor Pics

    Thanks Sodiac, yeah, I thought this was was very classical in appearance. Both rotors are joined through the dial so rotate in synchrony. It has the P-181 movement in it which is a modified very top end ETA.
    It is on the original blue croc leather strap. The case diameter is 40 mm, the sides of the watch are characteristic of the brand, each of their watches has the engine turned case sides. It has fantastic detail and the sides make the case very beautiful indeed. It is made of a high grade steel that does not seem to gather scratches, just the usual polishing swirls.

    thanks

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    Re: Perrelet Double Rotor Pics

    you got more cleR PICS?

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    Re: Perrelet Double Rotor Pics

    the front rotor is functional, as i mentioned in previous post it is joined to the normal rear mounted rotor. There is always debate about whether or not it actually winds a watch any quicker or not. With more mass displaced from the centre of the rotor I imagine it should, but if it does I can only imagine it is marginal.

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    Re: Perrelet Double Rotor Pics

    Very cool, never saw that, nor anything similar before...

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