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My Perrelet Semi-Skeletonized Split-Seconds Chronograph Watch Article On Haute Living

My Perrelet Semi-Skeletonized Split-Seconds Chronograph Watch Article On Haute Living Announcements

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.

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Fueled by an unshakable love for horology and a general curiosity for intricate things, Ariel Adams founded aBlogtoWatch in 2007 as a means of sharing his passion. Since then, ABTW has become the highest trafficked blog on luxury timepieces, and Ariel has become a contributor to other online publications such as Forbes, Departures and Tech Crunch, to name just a few. His conversational writing style and inclusive attitude brings a wider appreciation for watches the world over, and that's just the way he likes it.

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  • marc

    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 🙂

  • Ed aremia

    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.