“Titanium” makes a strong comeback at PERRELET

Perrelet 3 Hands-date Titanium: A5007/1

Perrelet 3 Hands-date Titanium: A5007/1

Contemporary and lightweight, the “Titanium” collection by Perrelet comes back to centre stage.

By backing a Titanium collection in 2007, Perrelet broke with its classical tradition and appealed to a high-tech clientele, looking for different materials. The success encountered by this series, originally comprising five different complications, is today responsible for the collection being extended with an extremely sporty “3 hands-date” model.

Heavily inspired by Perrelet’s traditional collections, the case design (43.5 mm) housing the models of this “Titanium” collection, presents an instantly recognizable, hardy character.

However, despite their highly virile profile, the six models also reveal a softer, elegant finish. The collection is equipped with extremely reliable basic calibres, although Perrelet adds its own module in certain specialities, such as the emblematic “Double Rotor”, the “Moon Phase” and the “Retrograde Regulator”. All movements feature the remarkable and unique Perrelet finish and the central rotor set with a crystal.

The same finesse and beauty of the “tapestry” decoration can be observed in the last two models completing the collection, an undeniable “Big Date Chronograph” and finally a “Power Reserve”.

The dials offer an effective contrast between black and anthracite, on some models enhanced with a smoky crystal.

The indexes and hands coated with a luminous material ensure a perfect and optimal legibility night and day. An antiglare sapphire crystal completes the refreshed appearance of these various combinations. The natural rubber strap and titanium folding clasp provide an overall ergonomic robustness and functionality.

Destined for the enthusiasts of contemporary, sporty timekeepers, the various models will all make excellent companions on your intrepid journeys.

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