Introducing The Parmigiani Fleurier Kalpa Men Collection
Swiss luxury watchmaker Parmigiani Fleurier has recently unveiled a stylish collection of watches for men, called Kalpa, which includes four stunning timepieces: Kalpa Hebdomadaire, Kalpa Qualité Fleurier, Kalpa Chronor and Kalpagraphe Chronomètre. Inspired by the first watch movement created by Michel Parmigiani back in 1998, these watches are powered by 100% in-house complications, featuring tonneau-shaped movements that have been beautifully adapted to their cases.
The hand-wound Kalpa Hebdomadaire leads the pack, with a new PF442 caliber, which brags about a Fleurier Quality Certification award that certifies its reliability and craftsmanship. This watch comes with a weekly power reserve indicator, that’s housed within an 18 ct rose gold case, while a black dial with an opaline finish aims to draw the attention as well. The Hebdomadaire can be fastened thanks to a Hermès black alligator strap with a rose gold folding buckle.
The Kalpa Qualité Fleurier also features the self-winding caliber PF442 and an 18-carat red gold case, with a few minor differences. On the other hand, the Kalpa Chronor packs the world’s first solid gold integrated self-winding chronograph movement, housed inside a 48.2 mm case, that’s matched by an 18 ct gold bipartite dial in black.
Last, but not least attractive, the Kalpagraphe Chronomètre packs the caliber PF362, a COSC-certified, self-winding, integrated chronograph. The 65-hour power reserve will come in handy while the gorgeous opaline finish, a radial guilloché-worked flange and a black alligator strap with a rose gold folding buckle complete an elegant look.