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September 2011

Turbine XL America / Limited Edition

When the designers began to work on the AMERICAN LIMITED EDITION, they played with a deconstructed perspective of the American flag, and the results are stunningly graphic and distinctively iconic of images from comic books.

Figures dressed in stars and stripes and pin ups with skirts blazing take the spotlight. The Turbine collection’s signature 12-blade wheel rotates over a dial painted with the red and white stripes of the American flag.

The star-spangled banner floats on the Turbine XL measuring 50 mm in diameter. This model is issued in a special 777-piece limited edition.

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August 2011

Skeleton Chronograph

The skeleton chronograph by Perrelet reveals a sporting heart. However fast time races by, it can be stopped at a press and then continue running as smoothly as ever. The precision of the mechanical complication is matched by the elegance of a movement that hints at its inner machines while preserving its secrets.

This is a watch with a definite sense of both openness and pace. It times sports accomplishments in an entirely clear manner, displaying the complexity of its movement through the intricate mazes of its mechanical skeletonized movement.

Its automatic Calibre P-291 movement reveals instrumented sophistication, framed by a black or silver-toned dial on which the numerals mark off time in graded shades of black, white, blue or orange.

Four transferred mineral discs display the chronograph minutes and hours at 12 and 6 o’clock respectively, the date at 3 o’clock, and the seconds at 9 o’clock – while providing full views of the fascinating gear trains. The watch embodies a new generation of timepieces epitomizing creative boldness while remaining firmly rooted in the fundamental attributes of its brand, loyal to its horological pedigree.

This watch eloquently embodies the meaning of design prowess. The model asserts its strength on the wrist with a steel case featuring a black DLC treatment, creating a masculine aura that is reinforced by the sporty touch of the rubber strap.

The movement offers mechanical watchmaking enthusiasts a wealth of pleasurable features: a 46-hour power reserve during which the wearer may choose to admire the smooth operation of the autonomously running movement; water resistance to 10 ATM (100 meters) rendering it an ideal diving companion; and a chronograph function to keep track of life’s many precious moments. In short, this model conveys a distinctly different vision of sport – and indeed of watchmaking itself.

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July 2011

Turbine XS

Surfing on the wave of success generated by its flagship product, Perrelet today acknowledges the ladies by producing its Turbine in a completely feminine look; a collection with two faces, urbane and perfect for getting away.

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June 2011

Seacraft Chronograph

Perrelet is making a noteworthy entrance into the fascinating world of scuba diving. Its new Seacraft radiates a timeless elegance that will be duly appreciated by devotees of the extreme.

The case middle is fitted with a sapphire crystal glareproofed on both sides as well as a stamped, screw-down-back a set of characteristics that guarantee the 777-metre water resistance of this measuring instrument.

The Seacraft collection comes in three different versions: chronograph, 3 hands-date and GMT.

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May 2011

Diamond Flower

A redesigned case, with an impeccable profile and curve, the Diamond Flower collection combines materials and perpetuates the charm of unique technology.

Based on its Double Rotor, a patented complication, Perrelet combines the arts of luxury watch design and jewellery-making. The Double Rotor, made into a lotus flower which, in passing, brushes against diamond set petals strewn sparingly over the face of the dial, which becomes a technical entity in its own right. Connected and perfectly synchronized with the oscillating weight, it generates additional energy for the winding mechanism, and so each woman energizes her watch hrough her own movements.

Ladies who choose to wear this delicate, sensual creation on their wrist, will arouse the curiosity of their friends and quickly realise they have made an exceptional choice.

A redesigned case, with an impeccable profile and curve, the Diamond Flower collection combines materials and perpetuates the charm of unique technology.

Based on its Double Rotor, a patented complication, Perrelet combines the arts of luxury watch design and jewellery-making. The Double Rotor, made into a lotus flower which, in passing, brushes against diamond set petals strewn sparingly over the face of the dial, which becomes a technical entity in its own right. Connected and perfectly synchronized with the oscillating weight, it generates additional energy for the winding mechanism, and so each woman energizes her watch hrough her own movements.

Ladies who choose to wear this delicate, sensual creation on their wrist, will arouse the curiosity of their friends and quickly realise they have made an exceptional choice.

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February 2011

Tourbillon

A mechanical marvel, the Tourbillon remains a benchmark in the universe of luxury watchmaking and signals the return of a masterpiece to the Perrelet collection.

In its generous 50mm, rose gold and DLC steel case, already appreciated in the Perrelet collection, the new interpretation of this rare automatic Tourbillon with off-centre hour and minute display, is a magnificent demonstration of style.

This complication is completed with a black rubber strap and DLC steel tongue buckle in a limited series of 20 pieces only.

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January 2011

Big central moonphase

Being close to a distant object, taming a myth and possessing it in real time, Perrelet proposes this to all lovers and enthusiasts of fine watchmaking, thanks to its Big Central Moonphase.

Proposed in a sober, refined manner, the imposing moon disc is synchronised with the hours, minutes, seconds and date with central hand.

The cases housing this complication belong to the classic collection of the range. Recognizable by their fluting, they are fitted with an alligator strap with folding clasp which, with due attention to detail, continues the fluting feature on its sides.

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