A modern adaption of the Perrelet "Double Rotor". In addition to the traditional automatic winding rotor mounted on the back of the movement a second spinning rotor is visible on the face of the watch beneath the hands (the front rotor does not have any mechanical use & does not wind the watch - it is for design purposes only) . This watch design is inspired by aeronautical field & the front rotor depicts a turbine - hence the name. The Turbine rotor features 12 blackened steel blades above a completely luminescent backdrop dial. The free spinning Turbine rotor makes for a sensational optical effect.This watch features:
The case & the lugs are stainless steel with a fine satin finish & polished beveled corners.
The bezel is a polished finish stainless steel with matte finished 5 minute increments.
The case back is completely satin finished stainless steel.
Completeley luminescent striped backdrop dial
Blackened finished hands filled with luminescent fill.
Large polished central seconds hand.
White flange with a printed black minute track.
Located under the crystal.
Controlled by the screw-in crown located on the case edge at the 10 o'clock position.
The diving bezel ring is mostly black with a 20 minute white diving zone. Luminescent 5 minute incremental markings for the entire bezel & luminescent minute markings for the diving zone.
Crown partially recessed into case edge at the 4 o'clock position, with a small flip open lever to assist with winding & time change.
In-house Perrelet caliber P-331, beats at 28,800 vph, contains 25 jewels & has an approximate power reserve of 40 hours.