2008 – Peripherial rotor - serial mounted
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2008 - Carl F. Bucherer, Caliber A1000 is considered the first fully serially manufactured movement with a peripheral rotor. Received the "Goldene Unruh" award for using a unique peripheral rotor.
Below other leading manufacturers whos also use peripherial rotor:
2010 - Audemars Piguet, the AP 2897 caliber with a peripheral oscillator with a full 360 degrees rotation angle is shown in the Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Tourbillon Chronograph.
2012 – PERRELET Peripheral Double Rotor equipped with P-341 (Alternance 10) movement based on Soprod A10.
2012 - Cartier presented a women's watch Promenade d'une Panthère equipped with a 9603 MC calibre with a peripheral rotor.
2014 – Breguet Tourbillon Extra-Thin 5377 equipped with 581DR movement with peripheral rotor only 3mm thick.
2014 - Jaeger-LeCoultre and his Master Ultra Thin Minute Repeater Flying Tourbillon equipped with Cal. 362 (4.8 mm high) and peripheral rotor.
2015 - Vacheron Constantin Harmony Ultra Thin Grande Complication Chronograph and Caliber 3500.
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