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Perrelet Turbine Diver watch

The new Perrelet Turbine Diver is designed to explore seabeds and features an 11 blade upper rotor with rounded contours, resembling a submarine propeller.

Apr 10, 2012 | By rty aze

Perrelet Turbine Diver watch

To explore the world’s fascinating seabeds, the Turbine watch adopts an original design that is as symbolic as it is functional. The rounded contours of the 11-blade upper rotor subtly evoke a submarine propeller.

Spinning freely above the SuperLuminova-coated surface, it creates the illusion of an entirely luminescent dial that naturally gains intensity at night or in the darkness prevailing at great depths.

Dive times are measured by a rotating inner bezel ring on which the average 20-minute duration stands out clearly thanks to a play on colors and volumes.

The Arabic numerals, the main hour-markers as well as the subtly black-rimmed hour and minutes hands are also coated in Superluminova, thus enabling them to stand out against the background when it is lit up by the effect of the turbine in motion

Via timezone.com

Perrelet Turbine Diver

 
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