The Breguet Classique 7337 watch released in 2009 launched a new rose gold model at Baselworld 2011. Today, this watch, which pays tribute to Breguet’s history, already has three case materials in white gold, rose gold and gold. The design of 7337 is directly derived from the first watch manufactured by A.-L. Breguet. Prototypes can still be seen in the Breguet Museum, located on Place Vendome in Paris and on the Bahnhof Street in Zurich.

 As a symbol of Breguet’s timeless Classique series, this elegant 7337 watch has the functions of week, moon phase profit and loss and date display. The Breguet-style eccentric time zone displays hours and minutes, and the Breguet blue-steel hands are vacant with needle tips. The 5 o’clock position is an independent second hand.

 Inspired by the museum’s antique watch No. 3833, the date and week display are located on both sides of the moon phase profit and loss display, and their positions are above the eccentric time circle. This memorable design features a 39 mm diameter case and a sapphire crystal case back.

 Brilliant with the Breguet brand’s characteristics is the handmade Newseau dial on this watch, the ‘Crescent’ -shaped Breguet hands, the strap with the fine pit pattern and the lugs. The eternal pursuit of excellence and the unique characteristics of all Breguet works.
 The watch is equipped with a cal. 502.3 self-winding movement and achieves a 45-hour power reserve at a 3Hz frequency. The movement is equipped with a hand-engraved 18K yellow gold pendulum and has 35 jewel bearings.