I wrote about the new series of Perrelet Semi-Skeletonized Split-Seconds Chronograph watches on Haute Living. The interesting like obvious is skeletonized and is a rattrapante (split seconds chronograph). In doing so, Perrelet has given the line a very unique style and high value for the originality. Prices are between about $13,000 - $25,000. Read the full article on Haute Living here.
Agree, nice to see, but not a watch to use, have a limited edition, but still "use" the rolex.
Black one is an exception, like that one.
Quick what time is it? You can't even read the dial and tell the time within 2 seconds. What's the purpose of a watch with a such a crowded dial?
My crack team of horological experts has come to the conclusion that the time is about 10:09 on the watch! Not the easiest to read, but luxury watch owners are confident that many people don't use only their watches to tell the time :)