Perrelet unveils double rotor for its classic collection
July 14, 2014
Many watch brands nowadays like to label their pieces as incredibly complex examples of engineering artwork.
But only a few companies design pieces which allow the wearer to see into the mechanics and understand how the timepiece functions, rather than having it all hidden from view.
Perrelet is one of those brands and with its new Classic Double Rotor collection, its watches do just that.
Through its 2014 models, the Swiss horology company has used a double rotor movement, which is a patented invention from the house itself and can be seen in the video above.
The clear watch face and design allow the owner to see the oscillating movement, which enhances automatic winding, and while it unveils part of the mystery behind highly-technical watches, the reveal is hugely impressive.
The two pieces in Perrelet's new collection use the double-rotor P-181 movement oscillating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations/hour (4 Hz), and are endowed with a 42-hour power reserve.
Details: visit perrelet.com