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A Glimpse of Eternity
The Evolution of Timekeeping at Breguet
Abraham-Louis Breguet (1747-1823) revolutionized the watchmaking industry in Paris when he simplified watch dials and created a new stylistic language. This tradition continues at the Breguet Manufacture located in Vallée de Joux with their latest release, the Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327.
The Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327
The Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327 is a redesigned and elegant watch available in grey or rose gold. The watch has a case measuring 39mm in diameter and 9.13mm thick, and houses the 502.3.P caliber, a 3hz automatic movement that delivers 45 hours of power reserve. The displays on the silvered gold dial are decorated with the Clous de Paris pattern and curved with black Roman numerals, displaying hours, minutes, day, date, year, months (retrograde hand), and moon phase.
The Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327 is worn with a navy or chocolate alligator leather strap and a folding clasp. It features several discreet correctors within the case middle to maintain the watch’s pure and elegant design.