Friday, February 19, 2010

Perrelet Launches Double Rotor iPhone App

Perrelet launches their first iPhone app: the Double Rotor iPhone App.
The app simulates the movements and attributes of two of Perrelet’s most intriguing watches: the Turbine and the Diamond Flower watch.
And as you can expect from a watch: it also indicates time!

Main features of the Perrelet Double Rotor App:
- Beautiful desktop clock when set up in a desktop stand
- The Turbine and the Diamond Flower twirl with the phone's slightest movement
- Provides historical and technical information and watch descriptions about the featuring watches and the brand

The app is fun and FREE and available at the app store.
For more information:

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Perrelet Turbine Watch Video/ Basel World 2010

Perrelet's Turbine Watch Video - Inspired from the field of aeronautics, our engineers and watch designers have created a new adaptation of the Perrelet patent, the "Double Rotor". The Turbine Watch fitted with 12 blades made of titanium, covers the dial and slips beneath an interior black bezel. On the under dial, markers accentuate the optical effect and make the impact of this model all the more sensational. Just like a jet engine.

Perrelet will be attending Basel World 2010. To make an appointment with Michael Goldstein of Perrelet USA please call 954-575-7980. See you there!

Friday, February 5, 2010

Perrelet's Prestige Edition of the Diamond Flower collection

With a New Decade here and Valentine’s Day around the corner, discover or re-discover our Prestige Edition of the Diamond Flower collection.

The Diamond Flower is a combination of refined watch-making and jewelry art, in which the Double Rotor bears a feminine touch. It is inspired by a finely sculpted lotus flower, set with precious stones while providing the unique charm of sparkling technical elegance.

The spirit of this collection is on the move, as we will be presenting a preview of the new Diamond Flower duo in black and white ceramic at the upcoming Basel World, from the 18th to 25th of March 2010.