Charles Zuber's Perfos, Geneva watchmaking excellence
Luminous, aesthetically pure, this self-winding watch with its in-house micro-rotor calibre is entirely anchored in its time. Designed by the designer Eric Giroud, Perfos embodies the model values of Charles Zuber, a great master of the jewellery arts recognised by his peers for having created incredible pieces for the most prestigious Swiss watch brands during his lifetime.
Elegant and subtle, the Perfos claims the fundamentals of traditional watchmaking. It adds a touch of contemporaneity. Its extremely complex dial is a challenge. It offers a luminous harmony stemming from the rays of a stylized sun. Its design is based on extreme precision in the machining of the 60 indexes (triangles in relief). There is the base, the plate on which 60 indexes have been cut. Then there is a plate openwork to the micron.
Another complexity that can only be achieved by hand is that of the meticulous work carried out on the bracelet, whose satin finish respects the "chocolate plate" design to the very end. A prowess in terms of meticulous finishings.