Breguet Unveils The New Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327 Watches

Breguet’s perpetual calendar receives modern refinements.


Breguet has introduced the Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327, a new addition to their esteemed watch collection. This sophisticated watch is a stunning interpretation of the perpetual calendar complication.

The case of the Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327 is crafted from 18K white or rose gold, with a fluted caseband that measures 39mm x 9.13mm, the case is of modest proportions with classic sizing in a luxury timepiece.

The dial features a retrograde month display, moon phase, day, date, and leap year indicators, as well as the iconic secret Breguet signature. Blue lacquer is used for the moon phase background, hand-hammered to emulate a starry sky. The hours and minutes are indicated by traditional eccentric “moon” tip hands made of blued steel.

The self-winding Calibre 502 movement powers the watch. Remarkably slim, with a thickness of just 4.5 mm, this movement boasts a flat silicon balance-spring and an inverted straight-line escapement with silicon horns, enhancing its precision and reliability. Operating at a frequency of 3 Hz and offering a 45-hour power reserve, the movement ensures accurate timekeeping for its wearer.

Completing the timepiece is a midnight blue or brown strap, adding a touch of refinement and comfort to the overall aesthetic. The Classique Quantième Perpétuel 7327 is priced at Euro 86,600.