Does this Perrelet
watch case look familiar? It is the same one that the Turbine XL
uses. Perrelet enjoyed the case so much they wanted this limited edition Automatic Flying Tourbillon watch to enjoy it as well. The case is 50mm wide in 18k rose gold and DLC coated steel. While the case is big, it still wears nicely. The strap is nicely integrated rubber. The piece contains the Perrelet P-161 automatic movement made by Perrelet. The movement has a long power reserve of 110 hours and of course, it is also an automatic. The flying one minute tourbillon doubles as the subsidiary seconds dial, while the time is placed above it on a smaller dial. Something about this really reminds me of Hublot. The back plate is made of an interesting looking piece of black carbon fiber. All in all pretty nifty and I look forward to seeing it in person soon.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch
reviews site aBlogtoRead.com.