Breguet Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327

The latest Classique Perpetual Calendar 7327 takes the place of Breguet's previous QP model, the Classique Quantième Perpétuel 5327, which was first introduced in 2004. While the new watch retains the same base caliber and signature Breguet features, its dial design has been updated with a touch of modern simplicity. By reducing the number of subdials and making the moon phase display more compact, the new Perpetual Calendar appears neater and offers improved readability.The round 39mm case is available in either 18k white or rose gold. Finely crafted with polished surfaces and decorated casebands with a fluted pattern that permeate its 9.13mm height. The long thin lugs have been welded on with screw bars for a reinforced hold.On the flip-side is a sapphire exhibition caseback that reveals a richly decorated movement. The bridges and oscillating weight have all been finely hand-engraved with chamfered finishes and a Côtes de Genève motif. It also features a gold off-centered rotor.Recessed pushers have been placed discreetly along the caseband to correct the calendar and moonphase functions. It also comes equipped with a setting-crown embossed with the Breguet logo. All topped by a sapphire crystal that assists with water-resistance reaching up to 30 meters (98 feet).Time is exhibited on a silvered gold dial with black Roman numerals, followed by a ring of studded minutes/seconds index markers closely circling the flange. Stretching out from the center we see the majority of the dial adorned by a hand-engraved Clous de Paris hobnail guilloché pattern.The perpetual calendar is scattered about on different off-center counters. A large date ring takes up the most space on the lower-half at 6 o’clock, while slightly attached to it are the smaller day counter and a leap year indicator. A quarter-circle between the 10 and 11 o’clock positions contains the retrograde month. There is also a power reserve indicator between the 1 and 2 o’clock positions, while tucked away in its midst is a moonphase. The new design by Breguet has reduced the size of the moon phase arch, but applied blue lacquer over the silver hand-hammered surface to vividly depict the moon and stars.The central open-tipped Breguet hours/minutes hands are made of blued steel. Despite all these different scattered indicators, the dial layout has been meticulously thought out and provides an intuitive reading as the user grows accustomed.

Breguet Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327

The “Breguet Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327” (References below) is powered by the in-house self-winding mechanical movement, caliber 502.3.P with 35 jewels, 294 components, and 21,600 vph. It comes equipped with a flat silicon balance spring and escapement with silicon horns. Power reserve can last up to 45 hours, when fully wound.Mounted to the watches is either a blue or brown alligator scaled strap with tone-on-tone stitching, secured by a matching gold deployment buckle. For more up to date information visit the official Breguet website here.

MSRP: $80,200.00 USD

(Ref#: 7327BR/11/9VU) - iN 18k Rose Gold


(Ref#: 7327BB/11/9VU) - iN 18k White Gold


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