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The house of Breguet launched this year an exclusive model, the sporty yet el­e­gant Marine Equa­tion Marchante 5887 mark­ing a new era in Breguet’s con­tem­po­rary Marine col­lec­tion. The time­piece is out­fit­ted with the equa­tion of time com­pli­ca­tion, one of the rarest of time­piece com­pli­ca­tions for it dis­plays the dif­fer­ence be­tween mean so­lar time (that of man) that cor­re­sponds to stan­dard hours and min­utes and true so­lar time (that of na­ture), the ac­tual so­lar hours and min­utes. The watch in­di­cates both stan­dard time and so­lar time through two sep­a­rate minute hands with the run­ning so­lar hand adorned with a facetted so­lar sun. Com­ple­ment­ing the run­ning equa­tion com­pli­ca­tion is a per­pet­ual cal­en­dar fea­tur­ing the days of the week as well as the months and the leap-year cy­cle. The self-wind­ing watch also fea­tures an in­trigu­ing 60-sec­ond tour­bil­lon com­pli­ca­tion, a power re­serve of 80 hours and is water­proof to 100 me­ters. The watch is avail­able in a case of plat­inum with a blue dial in gold or in an 18k rose gold case with the dial in sil­vered gold. - P.V.

Breguet Bou­tique 6 Place Vendôme (1st), 01 47 03 65 00

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