Perrelet marks a decade of its Turbine timepieces with a fresh look for 2019


Independent Swiss watchmaker Perrelet is marking the 10th anniversary of its turbine technology with the release of a fresh collection for 2019 using a COSC-certified P-331-MH movement in a collection named the Turbine Evo.

The family of watches is designed to resemble the rotating turbine of an aircraft engine and its latest version comes in a sporty steel case housing the new automatic chronometer-certified movement.

The 44mm cases come in the naked stainless steel, or with black or rose gold PVD coating.

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The 12-blade dial design of all Perrelet’s turbine models is protected under a sapphire glass.

Its propeller, picked out in black anodized aluminum with five tungsten counterweights, rotates in time to the motions of the wrist.

As the blades spin, a lower sub-dial is revealed with vibrant shades of red, electric blue or gold, depending on the versions.


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