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Pequignet

Pequignet is a small Haute Horlogerie company from France with in-house manufacturing. The Calibre Royal movement was developed completely by the the luxury watch manufacturer. Last but not least, Pequignet is known for its connection to equestrian sports.

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In our online shop, you will find numerous first-class wristwatches from major brands, but also from smaller renowned manufacturers such as Pequignet. Investing in certified, used luxury watches can pay off.
Once you've found your favorite Pequignet watch, all you have to do is choose a payment option. It is possible to pay by PayPal, credit card or as financing in convenient installments over a longer period. The latter option allows you to plan your investment for the long term. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact our customer service!

The most popular Pequignet series

  • The Pequignet Rue Royale comes from the Manufacture Collection of the house. Luxurious design combined with in-house movements and technical innovation make the watch a particularly excellent watch of the brand.

  • The Pequignet Moorea is one of the brand's flagship series. In 1984, the watch that Pequignet dedicated to his race horse Moorea came on the market. The bracelet of the simple yet sophisticated timepiece is characterized by the core-shaped steel links.

  • The Pequignet Paris Royal pays homage to French vintage watches. It skilfully celebrates haute horlogerie with its elegant design and stylish retro elements.

  • The Pequignet Equus lives up to its name: Stirrup-shaped buckles and saddle leather combine the design of the luxurious watch with the world of equestrian sports.

Best reasons to buy a used Pequignet watch

  • French watch maker with own manufactory

  • Exquisite luxury watches with an elegant, unobtrusive design

  • Inspiration from the equestrian sport

  • In-house, patented caliber: Caliber Royal

Pequignet prices and models at a glance

Pequignet Rue Royale 9010437A CN
Used from: 2.790 € (2016)
Material: Stainless steel
Main features: 42mm diameter, brown alligator leather, automatic movement, white dial with power reserve indicator and small second, bar indexes

Pequignet Royale Triomphe 9021448
Used from: 4.500 € (2017)
Material: Titanium / PVD
Key Features: 43mm diameter, automatic movement, breguette indexes, black PVD coated titanium strap, rose gold bezel and crown, black dial with power reserve indicator, small seconds and date display

Pequignet Moorea Triomphe 1322443
Used from: 3,320 € (2018)
Material: Stainless steel
Main features: 37mm diameter, quartz movement, black rubber and stainless steel strap, stick indices, black dial with three sub-dials and date display

Pequignet Moorea 421443 / CN
Used from: 1.650 € (2012)
Material: Stainless steel
Main features: 39.2mm diameter, automatic movement, black leather strap, Roman numerals, silver-colored dial with a view of the movement (skeleton style)

Should I invest in Pequignet watches?

You can acquire used Pequignet watches cheaper than new ones. The investment in a Pequignet watch can so be worthwhile. In particular, limited editions, special editions and no longer produced references often increase in popularity and thus in their value. When buying used quality and authenticity are especially important. Watchmaster assures you with a certificate. Any watch that is offered for sale is therefore previously tested and certified by our master watchmakers.

The Caliber Royal movement

Since 2008 Pequignet has its own Haute Horlogerie laboratory, where highly trained watchmakers research new technical innovations and develop excellent innovations. The factories established in 2010 and 2011 made it possible for Pequignet to launch its first in-house Manufacture Collection.
The heart of this collection is the famous Caliber Royal: 279 engineering drawings, 318 components, 150 component manufacturing tools, and over 20,000 measurements led to the groundbreaking innovation. With eight international patents, the Pequignet Manufacture Caliber Royal is a small masterpiece of technical innovation.

The history of Pequignet

Emile Pequignet founded his watch brand in Morteau, France in 1973. As a passionate horse breeder and rider, he also focused his business strategy on equestrian sports. Thirty percent of the communication budget was invested in sponsoring professional riders. The series Equitation from 1980 was a tribute to this passion: The dials show engraved horse heads. Another inspiration for the design of his watches was Pequignet from overseas: the "Moorea" is dedicated to the island in the South Pacific, the "Sakkara" of the oldest pyramid in Egypt and the "Maasai" of the East African ethnic group.
Pequignet's successor was Didier Leibundgut in 2004, who until then had been marketing director at Zenith. Previously, the watch brand was tailored more to women as target audience. In addition, numerous bracelets in different colors and materials were offered, so that the appearance of the Pequignet watches could be varied individually. There were several transformations with Leibundgut: An in-house workshop was opened and the company devoted itself to haute horlogerie. In 2010, the breakthrough came with the first in-house build movement: The Caliber Royal. However, the high level of investment in transforming the company into a watch manufacturer led to a difficult financial year and consecutively to the acquisition of two private investors: Laurent Katz and Philippe Spruch. These established new research, design and manufacturing departments within the company - the Manufacture Collection was launched, which today belongs to the iconic Moorea line. One of the most popular collections of the house.

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