The art of fencing is highlighted in the Le Duel Perpetuel clock collection by l’Epée. The brand’s emblem consists of two swords. In fencing, when swords cross it becomes the En garde high position at the beginning of the fight and the Surrender bottom position is the end of the duel. The clock has a Power-Reserve Indicator at 6 o’clock which becomes the maximum when the two swords cross and form the logo displaying the Surrender position. At 12 o’clock there is the animation of the Double Retrograde Second highlighting the En garde position. It features an exclusive Perpetual Calendar to indicate Day, Date, Month and Year. The limited edition collection comes in just 12 pieces. It costs $119,530.
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