Perrelet Turbine Evo Watches Review

Perrelet Turbine Evo Watches Review

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of their legendary Turbine technology, Perrelet have unveiled a stunning new collection of Perrelet Turbine Evo watches that bring a dressier, more sophisticated style to the wrist. As well as sporting one of their iconic in-house automatic movements and a propeller style dial, the latest releases come with some new features including the very first Perrelet Turbine with a metal bracelet and a re-designed crown.

First established in 1777, Perrelet quickly became pioneers in the luxury watchmaking industry. Their founder, Abraham-Louis Perrelet, was the first to invent the self-winding movement as well as many other incredible innovations including cylinder, duplex, calendar and equation escapements. The extraordinary Perrelet Turbine technology is just another remarkable highlight on the brand’s long list of creations. The technology was first created in 2009 and was inspired by the field of aeronautics. The patented “Double Rotor” system features 12 blades crafted of aluminium covering the entirety of the dial and with every movement of the wrist, the turbine spins at full speed and creates spectacular visual effects.

The new Turbine Perrelet Evo watches still showcase the same Turbine technology but in a new 44mm case with a newly designed flat bezel, fluted case finish and sleeker lugs. The watches are available in three case finishes including satin finished stainless steel, 4n gold PVD and black PVD and are equipped with a brand new crown design that has been engineered to be easier to grip – older Perrelet Turbine models saw the crown recessed closer to the case. The case back remains familiar with stunning sapphire crystal giving us an insight into automatic winding movement within and a steel ring detailed with a turbine pattern.

There are three dial colours to choose from: red, blue or gold all with black anodized aluminium propellers and a matching coloured seconds hand. Powering the central hands for hours, minutes and seconds is the P-331-MH automatic winding calibre, a COSC certified movement with 25 jewels, a frequency of 28,800bph and a power reserve of 42 hours. The dials are also housed beneath sapphire crystal glass with anti-reflective treatment and detailed with large Arabic numerals and statement hour and minute hands coated in glow in the dark Superluminova.

Another new addition to the Perrelet Turbine Evo watches is the choice of a bracelet. You can choose from a satin polished stainless steel, black PVD or gold PVD plated bracelet to match the case or an alligator-patterned calfskin leather strap available in black or brown. All straps come with a folding buckle with push button release crafted from the same metal as the case.

The new Perrelet Turbine Evo watches are a breath of fresh air and provide the perfect level of improvement for more sophistication while still maintaining the collection’s iconic, contemporary aesthetic. The watches are available to order now on the Jura Watches website here with free delivery and interest free finance.

Specifications: Perrelet Turbine Evo Watches

  • Case Size: 44mm
  • Case Material: Stainless steel, gold PVD or black PVD
  • Glass: Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment
  • Bezel: Fixed
  • Case Back: Exhibition
  • Water Resistance: 50 metres
  • Movement: P-331-MH automatic
  • Functions: Hours, minutes and seconds
  • COSC: Yes
  • Power Reserve: 42 hours
  • Jewels: 25
  • Frequency: 28,800vph
  • Dial: Red, blue or gold with black aluminium propeller. Superluminova hands and numerals
  • Strap: Metal bracelet or calfskin leather
  • Buckle: Folding
  • RRP: £4,380 – £4,780

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