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> Novecento Perpetual
Dec. 21, 2001
3 Discussions and Comments
Member since Nov. 30, 2001
Does anyone have pics and/or info on the Novecento Perpetual? I would really like to see a dial close-up and either pics or diagrams of the movement. Thanks.
Dec. 22, 2001
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The movement specifications for the current Novocento perpetual (ref. 3546) are as follows:
type of movement : automatic-winding-movement
produced : started 1995
movement diameter : 22,00 x 28,00 mm or 9¾ x 12½ Paris Lignes
movement height : 5,25 mm
power reserve of the full wound movement : 38 hours
number of functional jewels : 47
oscillating frequency : 4.00 Hertz
halfbeats per hour : 28,800
It uses an IWC Cal. 96061 which basically is a round Jaeger Le Coultre base with the IWC Da Vinci perpetual calendar plate. A prior Novocento perpetual (ref. 3545) used a F. Piguet base.
For an image of the watch, click below.
Hope this helps,
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