PERRELET, New Turbine Watch Collection

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    PERRELET
    Perrelet combines the world of aviation, with its technical fascination and wealth of adventurous heroes, that has always been a source of passion prompting the dreams of mankind, with its signature craftsmanship of watch making in the new Perrelet TURBINE Watch Collection.

    Perrelet, specializing in the creation of energy through movement since 1777, was impressed by the power of the propulsion of airplanes, generated by its key element, the gas turbine. Focusing on this external component, an ­ingenious rotating device exploiting the force of the air, ­Perrelet has established a clear connection with its double rotor and the launch of its new collection: TURBINE.

    The new TURBINE models are exclusively equipped with the Perrelet P-181 automatic Double Rotor movement. The ex­ceptional design of this collection could have come from the drawing board of a reactor engine designer or a state of the art technology research office. In fact, the TURBINE came to life from the drawings and technical research of our watch­ making engineers, who have defied the laws of gravity. The double rotor, transformed for the occasion into a ­turbine fitted with 12 blades made of titanium, covers the whole of the dial and slips beneath an interior black raised area, showing luminous numbers. On the under dial, lumi­nous markers accentuate the optical effect and make the impact of this model all the more sensational.

    Respecting the specifications of a fuselage and its aerody­namics, the turbine is housed in a 44mm concave-shaped case, perfectly recreating the original appearance of the re­actor. Even the crown, specially worked and integrated in the case, respects these perfect lines. Its functionality is ­assured by a latch which in the open position allows winding and resetting. On the reverse side, a sapphire crystal reveals the black lacquered bridges, angled and polished. The oscil­lating weight, whose design is particularly inspired by the aeronautical sector, exhibits the same quality of finish. A black rubber bracelet with its folding clasp completes the ensemble, ensuring its owner complete comfort. The TURBINE collection is available in plain titanium, DLC-treated titanium or in the noble material of 18ct pink gold.

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    Ref: A1047/1
    Movement: Automatic P-181,Open-worked, black Perrelet rotor
    Power reserve: 42 hours
    Frequency: 28,800 (4Hz)
    Rubies: 21
    Case:&hibar; 44mm
    Case material: Titanium, Anti-glare sapphire crystal (front & back)
    Water-resistance: 5 ATM
    Dial: Black, with black luminous numerals and indexes, Titanium turbine, Red luminous stripes on under dial
    Bracelet: Natural black rubber, DLC-treated folding titanium clasp

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    Ref: A1047/2(DLC-treated titanium)*
    Movement: Automatic P-181, Open-worked, black Perrelet rotor
    Power reserve: 42 hours
    Frequency: 28,800 (4Hz)
    Rubies: 21
    Case: &hibar; 44mm
    Case material: DLC-treated titanium, Anti-glare sapphire crystal (front & back)
    Water-resistance: 5 ATM
    Dial: Black, with black luminous numerals and indexes, Titanium turbine, Black luminous stripes on under dial
    Bracelet: Natural black rubber, DLC-treated folding titanium clasp

    (click the attached image below this post to enlarge!)
    Ref: A5006/1
    Movement: Automatic P-181 Open-worked, black Perrelet rotor
    Power reserve: 42 hours
    Frequency: 28,800 (4Hz)
    Rubies(Used to absorb heat):21
    Case: 44mm
    Case material: Titanium Anti-glare sapphire crystal (front & back)
    Water-resistance: 5 ATM
    Dial: Black, white luminous numerals and indexes, Titanium turbine, Silver luminous stripes on under dial
    Bracelet: Natural black rubber, Titanium folding clasp

    Related link: www.perrelet.com


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    Last edited by Ernie Romers; April 1st, 2009 at 21:09.
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