The Jules Audemars Perpetual Calendar Watch was introduced in 2010, and it has already established itself at the top of the market for luxury timepieces. The centerpiece of the storied Audemars Piguet line of luxury watches, it distinguishes itself with a 355-component movement that is only four millimeters thick, and includes a perpetual calendar that is showcased in an 18 karat pink gold case with a brown or silvered dial.
The perpetual calendar that is the crowning feature of this unique and exquisitely crafted watch takes into account the entire cycle of the Gregorian calendar until March 1, 2100. When that date is reached, all that is needed is activation of the correctors that have been placed on the side of the case of this finest of watches, and the calendar will operate smoothly and accurately for yet another century.
Indeed, the Jules Audemars Perpetual Calendar Watch is a watch that is destined to be noticed and remembered for at least a couple of centuries, as it is a combination of craftsmanship that is repeated only a few times every century. The movement is the true glory of the watch, as it hearkens back to an age of craftsmanship that today only exists among the master watchmakers of Audemars Piguet. The entire watch is only 6.7 mm thick, so that it is truly a wearable and practical masterpiece of design and engineering and is remarkable even among the most exclusive of luxury watches.
The Jules Audemars Perpetual Calendar watch may be ultra-thin, but the impact it has made on the world of luxury timepieces is gigantic indeed. Wearing this uniquely exclusive creation from Audemars Piguet is making a statement of originality, attention to detail, incomparable luxury and exclusivity, and appreciation and understanding of how engineering and craftsmanship have combined to make this watch a true watch of the century - and beyond.