Perrelet’s Double Rotor specialty is now interpreted in an original new way, giving rise to a collection radiating a subtly structured and eminently contemporary style. The upper rotor takes the form of a ring rotating above the movement, around its periphery. It appears behind hour-markers forming arches between the central dial and the upper bezel ring, creating a slightly plunging effect. The lower rotor also features a specific design, with an open-worked P for Perrelet along with a Côtes de Genève motif. The twin rotors work together to wind the new proprietary Caliber P-341, driving the hour, minute, seconds and date functions.
Such an original concept merited an original architecture, and the Peripheral Double Rotor becomes the signature of a dedicated collection distinguished by a cut-corner cushion-type case echoed by the crown. The fluted case middle tapers gently towards the back, thereby reducing its amplitude against the wrist. This refined construction highlights the three-level dial and its contrasting geometrical patterns: grid-work center, oblique fluted rotor and rectangular minute track.
For its launch, the Peripheral Double Rotor is being introduced with 42 mm-diameter cases in steel, DLC-coated steel or gold (18k), available with a variety of lateral inserts and several dial versions.
Perrelet Peripheral Double Rotor