In 1770, Abraham-Louis Perrelet made a groundbreaking development in the history of Swiss horology - the invention of the automatic winding system. His mechanical genius and dedication to his craft carried on to the next generations and to this day, modern watches are still powered by the same self-winding mechanism. Such a notable beginning resonates into their collections most especially the Perrelet Classic. Available in gold, stainless steel or titanium, the watches boast of varied complications such as a chronograph, date, minute repeater, jump hour, perpetual calendar, and moonphase. Of course, a three-handed Perrelet Classic with its hours, minutes, and seconds functions can also be had for those who prefers the subtle elegance and no-fuss charm of the basic. Measuring between 40mm to 43.5mm in dimension, the timeless Perrelet Classic is of course driven by an automatic movement.