The Royale Manuelle


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From Pequignet 

Courtesy of Pequignet

As that other great commentator on the watch business, Frank Costanza (as played by Jerry Stiller) once proclaimed – “it’s a Festivus for the Rest of Us!”

Let’s be honest with ourselves, we all tend to get a bit worked up over watches with manufacture movements.  The challenge, of course, is that jacks the price up typically to a level that most mere mortals who pay they mortgages and have stable marriages can’t afford. Some of the other, more “industrial” news outlets will often wax on about the “value proposition” which is, if we’re being completely honest, a backhanded compliment.  

Pequignet does make some extremely complex, very expensive watches.  But what is nice about this one is that they have created a beautifully simple time only model and priced it accordingly. 

Here are the pertinents –

EMP02 Movement – Manual Calibre Royal21600 

Vibrations/hours (3Hz)
Power reserve of 100 hours
Sapphire crystal with anti reflection

316L Stainless steel
Water resistance 100 meters
Sapphire crystal with anti-reflection

Sunray Opaline dial
Small seconds at 6.00

Blue leather strap produced in France

2 850,00€


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