Monday, August 1, 2011


PERRELET Seacraft Chronograph watch is making a noteworthy entrance into the fascinating world of scuba
diving. It’s a timeless elegance that will be duly appreciated by devotees of the extreme.

Seacraft Chronograph, Movement: Automatic P-271, Power reserve: 40 hours, Frequency: 28,800 vph (4Hz),
Jewels 57, Case: Ø 45 mm, 17.45 mm, Case material: Steel, Anti-glare sapphire crystal, Water resistance, 80
ATM, Dial: Black, blue or white, luminescent hour-markers, Strap / Bracelet: Black or blue alligator leather strap,
steel folding clasp: Steel, extension buckle.

The understated sophistication of the steel case is enlivened by finely contrasting polished and brushed
surfaces. The case middle is fitted with a 4 mm thick sapphire crystal glareproofed on both sides as well as
a stamped, screw-down back – a set of characteristics that guarantee the 777-metre water resistance of this
measuring instrument.

An automatic helium valve appearing at 9 o’clock is designed to compensate during deep dives for the effects
of decompression on the interior of the watch* and ensures impeccably smooth running of automatic Calibre
P-271. The brand’s signature fluted motif is harmoniously expressed on the rotating bezel of the Seacraft.
Available in a choice of white, black or blue, the dial lends a touch of refined sporting elegance, while the
applied hour-markers, the hands as well as the dive-start dot on the notched bezel are also coated with a
luminescent substance to enhance visibility.

Fitted with an alligator leather strap or a brushed steel bracelet, each Seacraft model is also delivered with a
high-tech nylon strap suitable for the most extreme sporting conditions.

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