This Instant Perpetual Calendar in Platinum was introduced in 2006 by master watch maker Daniel Roth. This remarkable timepiece, a precious re-edition of the Daniel Roth Instant Perpetual Calendar model presented in 2003, reveals the intricacies of the brand’s considerable know-how. Thanks to technical developments, the calendar functions are user-friendly, accurate and highly legible.
Equipped with Calibre DR 114, a 27 jewels self winding movement, this high complication wrist watch indicates day, month, date, leap years functions (Day display at 9 o’clock, month at 3 o’clock, date and leap year at 6 o’clock). The particularly attractive skeleton dial, with its elegant and beautifully arranged counters, testifies the aesthetic refinement inherent to Daniel Roth watches. The movement features Guilloché gold and platinum oscillating weight, Hand bevelling and Côtes de Genève motif.
Self-winding, Instant Perpetual Calendar, Calibre DR 114, 27 jewels
28,800 vph, 45-hour power reserve
Guilloché gold and platinum oscillating weight
Hand bevelling, Côtes de Genève motif
Hours, minutes, day, month, date, leap years
Bezel set with 168 TW VS to VVS diamonds (0.84 ct)
Sapphire crystal, glare-proofed both sides
Glare-proofed sapphire back
750 (18K) skeleton galvanic-treated two-tone dial (bluish and silvered)
Day display at 9 o’clock, month at 3 o’clock, date and leap year at 6 o’clock
Blued steel hands
Black, cognac or blue hand-sewn alligator leather, pin buckle
750 (18K) pink or white case
Non gem-set versions