Arguably one of the most definitive names in the watch industry, Perrelet trace their origins back to Abraham-Louis Perrelet and his 18th century invention of the perpetual movement timepiece technology. Recently, the Swiss watchmaker debuts the Turbine 007, a special version of the watchmaker’s iconic model, issued in a 888-piece limited edition. Harnessing the signature automatic Perrelet caliber P-181 double rotor, the watch derives its theme from an oft-used color palette seen in spy novels and the world’s most infamous spy. Hour-markers and hands reflect a shimmering gold-plated treatment balancing out the otherwise black form. Housed in a DLC-coated solid black case, the face is shrouded in double anti-reflective sapphire crystal glass and is water resistant up to 50 meters.