UPHOLDING SWISS STANDARDS
Philippe Dufour once said no Swiss watch could beat the finishing, movement architecture, and design of the A. Lange & Söhne Datograph. Inspired by this challenge, Petermann Bédat have set out to prove that it is possible for Swiss watchmaking to reach the same heights, culminating in the painstakingly black-polished parts of the movement, the impressively openworked dial with its stylised accents, and carefully designed architecture of the complications.
In 2020, Petermann Bédat were awarded the Horological Revelation Prize at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève for their first watch, the Reference 1967 with Deadbeat Seconds. Now, with the release of a split-seconds chronograph in the Reference 2941, they demonstrate that they are among the leaders of a new generation of young, independent watchmakers.
Forward-thinking Dial Design
38mm Platinum Case
RESTORATION & MODERNITY
A Collected Man is an authorised retailer for Petermann Bédat. Only 10 examples of the
Reference 2941 will be produced, and while the pieces we have been allocated are already spoken for, please reach out to us to get updates on future projects.
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