In 2013, Perrelet added a Class-T version of the Turbine to the popular watch collection Perrelet Class-T . Originally released several years ago as a sort of test sport watch, the Turbine watch became quite popular and has since spawned a lot of versions, including the original 43mm wide size and later a Turbine XL 50mm wide size Perrelet Class-T Price. Given the design of the dial and the moving "turbine" that spins with the motion of your wrist, it didn't seem possible that Perrelet Turbine Chronograph watch could offer additional complications.
So I think it is pretty cool that they managed to incorporate a central chronograph to the Turbine. The issue of course is that on a watch like this you can't have subdials, so Perrelet Turbine Chronograph watch developed a special central chronograph that measures 60 minutes. The dial's central seconds hand is for the Perrelet Turbine Chronograph watch, and there is Perrelet Class T Chrono no dedicated seconds hand for the time.
Minutes are counted on a moving sapphire crystal disc. Minutes are measured by looking at the red "MIN" arrow on the left of the dial. Not that the watch needed it, but there is also a tachymeter scale on the bezel. I also like that there is a date indicator window peeking through the blades at 6 o'clock.With the glare-proof sapphire crystal on the front and caseback, the Perrelet Turbine Chronograph watch is water resistant to 50m.
The Perrelet Class-T Chrono watches is 47mm wide, putting Perrelet Class-T 3 hands date them between the original Turbine and the Class-T in terms of size. At launch there were five versions of the Turbine Chrono watch, including three models in steel with various amounts of DLC black coating, a two DLC black steel and rose gold models. The turbines on the dial are said to be in titanium, same for one version in rose gold.