Perrelet Peripheral Double Rotor Watch Review


The new Perrelet Peripheral Double Rotor interprets the brand's double rotor in an original new way.

The upper rotor rotates above the movement in the form of a ring. It appears behind the hour-markers and forms arches between the central dial and upper bezel ring, creating a 'slightly plunging' effect. The lower rotor features a Côtes de Genève motif and an open-worked 'P' for Perrelet, working with the upper rotor to wind the proprietary automatic Caliber P-341. The timepiece features a three-level dial cut-corner case, and a fluted case middle with a gentle taper to reduce its amplitude against the wrist.

The 42mm model will launch in steel DLC-coated steel or 18kt gold, with a range of lateral inserts and dial versions.