Classique complications 3797 3797BR1E9WU

Classique complications

Classique complications 3797 3797BR1E9WU

Case in 18-carat rose gold with a finely fluted case band. Sapphire case back. 41 mm diameter. Welded lugs with screw bars. Water-resistant to 3 bar (30m). Dial in 18-carat gold, silvered and engine-turned in four different patterns. Individually numbered and signed Breguet. Hours chapter with Roman numerals on a sapphire disc. Breguet open-tipped hands in blued steel. Retrograde dates indication at 12 o'clock, days at 9 o'clock, and months and leap years at 3 o'clock. Small seconds on the tourbillon axis. Manually wound movement with tourbillon and perpetual calendar. Numbered and signed Breguet. Cal. 558QP2. 14 ½ lines, 21 jewels. Power reserve of 50 hours. Lateral lever escapement and balance with adjustment screws on a Breguet spring. Frequency 2,5Hz. Adjusted in six positions. Leather strap with a triple-blade folding clasp. Also available in platinum.

Winding
Hand-winding
Power reserve (hours)
50
Calibre
558QP2
Lines
14½
Jewels
21
Frequency
2,5
Balance-wheel
Load screws
Escapement
Right-angle lever
Balance-spring
Breguet
Number of components
296
Metal
Rose gold
Skeleton
No
Sapphire caseback
Yes
Case shape
Round
Diameter (mm)
41
Case thickness (mm)
11,6
Water-resistant (m)
30

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Abraham-Louis Breguet was an exceptional craftsman who, back in 1775, invented the tourbillon mechanism and developed automatic winding and perpetual calendar mechanisms that are still used on the majority of luxury watches in the 21st century. Respectful of this rich past, the brand that bears his name strives to stay ahead of its time by innovating tirelessly. The use of silicon components or increased watch frequency pay tribute to this exceptional legacy.

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