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Perrelet - First Class Double Rotor and Double Rotor Skeleton

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Perrelet expands its First Class line with two new models: the First Class Double Rotor and the First Class Double Rotor Skeleton.

 Perrelet introduced the Double Rotor technology in 1995 with its Double Rotor P-181 calibre featuring an automatic winding mechanism drawing its energy from two rotors: the first, referred to as the oscillating weight, placed under the movement, and the second, known as the upper rotor, sited at dial level. According to Perrelet, this solution ensures a faster, more stable and more efficient winding than the classic one.

The upper hollowed rotor of the new models is adorned with a Côtes de Genève motif and prominently displayed at the centre of the dial so offering the possibility of observing the automatic winding function.

The guilloché decorated dial is available in white or black with the First Class Double Rotor Skeleton also featuring a central cut-out to showcase the movement. The blued hands and the red movement jewel at the centre of the dial add a touch of colour.

The stainless steel 42.50 mm case has a thickness of 10.70 mm and is water resistant to 5 ATM. The caseband is decorated with the typical fluted pattern.

The First Class Double Rotor is powered by the P-181-H calibre, the first entirely in-house manufactured Double Rotor movement, while the Double Rotor Skeleton by its skeleton variation, the P-481 calibre. Both movements beat at a frequency of 28,800 vph and guarantee a 42-hour power reserve.

Matched to brown or black alligator leather straps, the Perrelet First Class Double Rotor and Double Rotor Skeleton have retail prices of Swiss Francs 3'650 and 4'950 respectively.

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