Breguet Classique 7337 Calendar & Moon, with New Dials for 2020

With its immortal tastefulness, the Classique assortment by Breguet is unquestionably among the most ideal decisions with regards to a dress watch with some incredible horological content – and precisely talking as well as far as the excellence of the habillage. All things considered, some will discover them a piece too… exemplary. Thus, and dependent on the brand’s authority of the hand-guilloché procedure, Breguet presents more contemporary adaptations of two of its most rich watches. There’s the ref. 7137 we introduced recently, and there’s an undisputed top choice, the Breguet Classique 7337 Calendar & Moon, which currently shows up with invigorated motor turned examples and a brand new “Breguet Blue” edition.

The motivation, the Breguet No. 3833

Behind numerous cutting edge watches made by Breguet, there’s an antique pocket watch prowling out of sight. Knowing the brand’s rich history, this isn’t an amazement. Abraham-Louis Breguet was known as one of the first (if not the principal) watchmaker to execute motor turning in his manifestations, something he began applying to dials in 1786. This would become a sign of his watches, close by different other unmistakable signs that designed what was conceivably the main watch brand (in the advanced feeling of the word) –  a point we’ve investigated in extraordinary detail in this inside and out video .

Another major expressive development presented by A.L. Breguet is to be seen on the presentations. Starting at 1812, Breguet presented unbalanced dials in certain complex pocket watches, playing with the design of the complications to adjust the presentations. Perhaps the best illustration of this strategy is the Quarter-rehashing watch No. 3833, a watch sold in 1823 and now showed at the Breguet Museum in Paris.

This No. 3833 is effectively conspicuous with its hour section situated at 6 o’clock and bested by a moon stage marker at 12 o’clock. A force hold measure was likewise obvious at 10 o’clock and repeated by a date marker in a semi-round window at 2 o’clock. This brought about a fair, especially rich watch where the various examples of motor turning improved neatness no closure. This watch would be the motivation for a cutting edge watch, the purported “La Chinoise” model.

The current form, the ref. 3330

Back in the last part of the 1980s and mid 1990s (when Breguet was possessed by Investcorp and when Nouvelle Lemania SA was incorporated), the brand began to uncover its legacy and utilize a portion of its most symbolic pocket watches to make present day wristwatches.

Based on the presentation utilized on the Breguet No. 3833 pocket watch, the brand presented the currently, notable reference 3330, a watch with an unbalanced dial for the time, a calendar with non-weekend days and date, and a moon stage situated at 12 o’clock. This 36mm watch was at that point controlled by the programmed type 502 (in those days under a shut caseback). Afterward, it was joined by the Ref. 3337, with a similar showcase, similar base development and similar measurements, yet with a sapphire caseback and an openworked, engraved movement.

Finally, this “Chinoise” watch developed to 39mm and was outfitted with a little seconds sub-dial, at present accessible as reference 7337. And today, new releases are presented.

The advancement of a classic

The Breguet Classique 7337 Calendar & Moon is a careful marvel. It isn’t the most striking of the multitude of models in the Breguet assortment, yet it very well may be quite possibly the most rich and adjusted. Its showcase is an ideal portrayal of this downplayed unusualness that makes Breguet watches so one of a kind. As of recently, this watch was accessible in six references, with white, rose or yellow gold, all with silver guilloché dials and with cowhide lashes or gold bracelets.

For 2020, Breguet refreshes the rose gold model on a calfskin lash and adds a second white gold form, with a new blue dial. The last is the fundamental oddity here, with its dark blue dial stood out from silvered highlights. Named “Breguet blue”, it gives a more honed, more contemporary style to this watch and gives shockingly effective neatness. This variant is worn on a coordinating blue strap.

The rose gold model holds the exemplary silvered motor turned dial, yet with new guilloché designs – which can be found on the two releases. While the external area, which circles all the signs, is brightened with a grain d’orge grain design, the remainder of the enrichment has been refreshed. The middle part currently uncovers a Clou de Paris hobnailing design and the little seconds has a damier or chequerboard design. Another plan change is to be found on the moon stage marker as the golden “Moon face” we are acquainted with seeing has been traded for a more sensible silver emblazoned Moon complete with pits skimming in a brilliant sky.

Unaltered features

The rest of the watch is indistinguishable from all the past releases of the Breguet Classique 7337 Calendar & Moon. This implies a sensibly measured case, with a 39mm breadth and a 9.9mm tallness. Not surprisingly, the case is totally cleaned, with the notable fluted caseband and the welded carries with screw bars. It includes a sapphire caseback and is water-impervious to 30 metres.

Regarding the dial, aside from the new examples, there is the trademark brushed part ring with Roman numerals and mystery signature, the topsy turvy little seconds (something just found in the advanced 7737) and the open-tipped Breguet hands – which are blued steel on the rose gold release and silver-shaded on the blue adaptation. Unaltered also are the two calendar signs, with the non-weekend days at 10 o’clock and the date at 2 o’clock.

Under the sapphire caseback is one of Breguet’s most exemplary developments, the type 502 – here the 502.3 QSE1. This programmed development is effectively conspicuous gratitude to its somewhat unbalanced guilloché rotor and its open barrel. It is made of 236 components, with 35 gems and runs at a 3Hz recurrence. The force save is 45 hours. It additionally includes present day contacts, with a switch escapement with silicon horns and a level equilibrium spring in silicon. The embellishment is, true to form, exceptionally spotless and incorporates slanting, striping and guillochage on the rotor.


Depending on the model, the Breguet Classique 7337 Calendar & Moon is worn on a blue or earthy colored croc tie with a collapsing clasp coordinating the case material. The cost for these two new forms (7337BB/Y5/9VU, white gold and 7337BR/15/9VU, rose gold) will be EUR 41,900. More subtleties at .