Habring² Perpetual Doppel

Habring², an award winning haute-horlogerie brand founded by Maria and Richard Habring, presents Perpetual Doppel, a high complication mechanical watch equipped with a perpetual calendar and a monopusher split second chronograph.

In 2014, on the occasion of the brand’s 10th anniversary, Habring² developed its own in-house movement. In 2019 Habring² is celebrating its 15th anniversary and presents a brand new creation, the Perpetual Doppel.

Base model of this new creation is the winner of last year’s GPHG, the Doppel Felix, which is now literally being crowned with a perpetual calendar. To create the perpetual calendar + monopusher split second chronograph movement, Habring² has partnered with the well-known manufacturer, Dubois-Depraz, from the Vallé de Joux.

The Perpetual Doppel captivates – which is unusual for a chronograph with a perpetual calendar – with an excellent readability of date, day of the week, month with leap year display, and moon phase, in addition to the time display and an intermediate stop function with 30-minute counter. The stainless-steel case made of Austrian Böhler Steel nestles discreetly on the wrist despite its stately 43mm diameter.

The silver dial with its red-gilded Arabic numbers produced using the “par épargne” technology is classically subtle. Diamond-cut, red-gilded hands for the time display and additional hands made of blued steel for the stop function provide clarity and a good overview.

Despite manually wound, the future owner doesn’t need to be afraid of having to correct the perpetual calendar. A total of four hidden corrector devices ensure that the display is corrected in the shortest possible time if necessary.

Retail price is €21,500.

Technical details

Model: Habring² – Perpetual-Doppel

Movement
Habring² A11P
Diameter: 30 mm, height 8,7 mm
Indication of hours, minutes,
Indication of day, date, month, leap year and moon phase
Monopusher split second chronograph with 30 minute counter at 12h
28,800 half oscillations per hour (4Hz)
48h power reserve; manually wound
Fine adjustment via tangential screw
Amagnetic escapement with a Carl Haas balance spring in chronometer quality
KIF shockproof pursuant to DIN and NIHS
27 jewels
Power reserve after being fully wound: approx. 45 hours
Elaborately refined by hand with polished bevels, decorative grinding, perlage, etc.

Case
Stainless steel watchcase made of three parts with 43 mm diameter, 12 mm high
Water protected equivalent 30 meter depth
Domed sapphire crystal coated with anti-glare on both sides
Solid double sealed stainless steel crown, sapphire crystal back
Consecutive serial number between the lugs at 6h

Dial/hands
Silver galvanized metal with rose gold numerals and balck/red print
Sunken register
Diamond cut rose Gold plated hands and blue steel hands

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