Breguet presents the new Classique Quantième Perpetual with ref. 7327 and which succeeds to the ref. 5327 of 2004.
The new Breguet Perpetual, which now has a case measuring 39 mm in diameter and 9.1 mm thick, comes in two variants, one in white gold and one in rose gold. The case retains the slim lug design, fluted profile, sapphire glass front and back, crown at three o’clock and 30m water resistance.
But it is on the dial that there are some changes, in which the 6 previous sub-dials are now replaced by 5, where the display of the previous month in the centre and the power reserve indicator at 11 o’clock disappear, the latter giving way to a retrograde month display. In addition, the moon phase indicator between 2 and 3 o’clock is no longer displayed as a full circle, but instead appears as a half circle. The rest of the configuration remains, silver dial with guilloché motif, blue Breguet hands, day indication at 4 o’clock, date at 6 o’clock and leap year at 8 o’clock.
Inside, there is not much new, being equipped with the ultra-thin automatic movement Caliber 502.3.P, which comes with a silicone hairspring and an off-centre oscillating mass, operating at 21,600 Vph and offering up to 45 hours of power reservation.
The watches are attached to an alligator leather strap in brown for the rose gold version and blue for the white gold version.
The watch is on sale at the brand’s official boutiques and authorized retailers for a price of USD 80,200.
More information at www.breguet.com.
Model: Classique Quantième Perpétuel
Reference: 7327BB/11/9VU (white gold), 7327BR/11/9VU (rose gold)
Dial: Silver dial
Case Material: 18k white gold, 18k rose gold
Case Dimensions: 39 mm diameter, 9.1 mm thick
Crystal: Sapphire Glass
Case Back: Sapphire Glass
Water Resistance: 30m
Strap: Blue alligator leather strap (white gold), brown alligator leather strap (rose gold)
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, day, date, month, moon phase, leap year
Frequency: 3 Hz (21,600 Vph)
Power Reserve: 45 Hours
Price: USD 80,200
Limited Edition: No