Perrelet Turbine Double Rotor

by · December 27, 2012

This is another unique, limited edition by Perrelet. A true legend in watchmaking the Perrelet brand has come up with some amazing watches in its 200 plus year history. The Perrelet Turbine Double Rotor is one of its most recent masterpieces, a watch of such elegant and unique design and beauty that you can’t but be in awe. With the occasion of the year of the dragon in the Chinese calendar, the people at Perrelet came up with this breath taking design. The picture of the sacred animal of the Chinese emperors is fully visible when the turbine is put into motion.  The predominantly black color scheme of the watch makes it very easy to associate with absolutely any outfit for any occasion. This being said, the design, and value of this watch call for a more high-end attire.  It is the perfect accessory when going to a gala or to an opera premiere. The theater or any important high class social event is perfect for this watch. It is a masterpiece and it will surely put you in a good light if any watch connoisseur would see you wear it.


The case is steel with a DLC coating. It has a black mother of pearl dial, and central hands indicating the hours minutes and seconds. It also has a water resistance of 5 atmospheres, making it safe to wear while swimming or in case you forget to take it off while showering, however it shouldn’t be exposed to more than a swim in the pool. It comes with a black alligator strap with a folding clasp and push buttons making it a very well fitted watch, one that will surely stay attached to your wrist until you decide to take it off.  The case has a diameter of 44 mm and a thickness of 13 mm, making this watch a medium to big sized one, perfectly suited for bigger wrists. The crystal sapphire is scratch resistant, on both the front and the back, and is double coated with an anti-reflective lair making the watch easy to read. So if you have a passion for watches especially high end ones, this is surely something that will catch everybody’s eye.

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