Immerse yourself for just a moment in your childhood memories and travel back in time. You are in hot pursuit of the bad guy, equipped with your popgun and proudly wearing a sheriff’s badge on your chest. With its Turbine Sheriff watch exclusively created for the Only Watch charity auction, this is precisely the fond memory that Perrelet invites you to relive.
The standout originality of the Turbine Sheriff watch lies in the dial, on which the customary blades of Perrelet’s iconic Turbine model have been replaced by a black gold-tipped sheriff’s star. As it turns, the latter reveals a humoristic inscription on the black under-dial in reference to the great American Western movies. It also pays tribune to the brand's founder, Abraham-Louis Perrelet, pioneer of the self-winding movement in 1777, whose name is written on the dial.
The timepiece features a 48mm-diameter pink gold case middle, with glareproofed sapphire crystals on both sides, a stainless steel bezel and a back with black PVD coating. The exhibition back provides a chance to view the in-house mechanical self-winding movement Perrelet Caliber P-331, that powers the three central hands (hour-minute-second).
A black alligator leather strap, secured by a stainless steel pin buckle with black PVD coating, completes the watch.