By TLex Here's a video sequence featuring Perrelet's Turbine DIVER. I really like this diver offering from Perrelet - a lot more than I did the SEACRAFT (nice as that was). When I think of Perrelet, I don't think Seacraft, I think Turbine, so for them to finally utilize their unique turbine system with its dual rotors on a dive watch not only makes more sense, but is a lot more interesting than a generic style diver. A cool addition to the Turbine collection me thinks . . .
From Perrelet USA The strong personality of the Turbine Diver is accentuated by a 47.5 mm-diameter case water-resistant to 300 meters and designed especially for this model. The fluted case band is distinguished by four "paws" straddling the bezel, and the integrated winding crown is offset at 4 o'clock symmetrically opposite its counterpart controlling the rotating bezel.
The sapphire crystal set into the screw-in case back provides an admirable view of the automatic P-331 movement developed on the basis of the new Manufacture-made Alternance 10 caliber with its Côtes de genève motif. The Turbine Diver line is being launched in monochrome (steel) or two-tone (steel/black DLC coated steel) cases framing a variety of colorful dials.
MOVEMENT Mechanical self-winding, P-331 Double Rotor, a Perrelet exclusive
CASE Stainless steel, 47.50 mm in diameter, 14.82 mm thick, anti-glare sapphire crystal on both sides.
STRAP Rubber, stainless steel pin buckle.