Filed under: Timepieces / Watches
Perrelet goes a great job at designing cases that are masculine and modern, but still hearken back to classic design elements. While this is a serious men's watch, look at the lugs and the shape of the hands to see some traditional design elements. Elements on the dial are meant to be reminiscent of the rotating turbine vanes on the Turbine watch, and the date disc is partially skeletonized. Even though there are some designer looks on the face of the watch, it is still very functional. The case is in titanium and 43.5mm wide - attached to a rubber Perrelet strap with a folding titanium deployment clasp. Not sure about price yet, but look for this and other new Perrelet watches soon.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch review site aBlogtoread.com.