Here, the “double rotor”, a pioneering model within the Perrelet collections and a veritable icon within the world of Swiss watchmaking, is the subject of a spectacular reinterpretation. The designers and engineers at Perrelet’s combined research and development centre have endeavoured to modify and adapt each of the additional module’s components in order to create a new configuration of the P-181 calibre developed in 1995 by the watchmakers of Perrelet.
The launch of this new collection is a futuristic homage to the creative genius of Abraham-Louis Perrelet, 230 years after the automatic rewinding mechanism with oscillating weight was invented, and 210 years after titanium was discovered by a British chemist.
An extremely light, resistant metal, titanium is generally used in the aeronautic and automotive industries and for numerous biomedical applications. Titanium is one of the most frequently used materials within the high-tech engineering industry.
Its aesthetic and mechanical properties have also ensured that its use has become de rigueur in the luxury watchmaking segment, winning a place at the heart of the Perrelet collections. One of the numerous innovative contributions the TITANIUM (Ti.) collection makes to the Perrelet universe is the use of natural rubber for the strap.
Its exclusive design, discreetly hallmarked with the brand insignia, blends perfectly with the solid titanium case, which measures 43.50 mm in diameter.