Peregrine – DLC case, white dial

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The Peregrine is a tough aviation inspired watch that is built for adventure. The flow of the case a crystal is a design feature started with the Tugela, but executed in a slightly bigger size, reminiscent of the pilot watches of yore. The most exciting part of the watch is undoubtedly the discreet power reserve indicator, hidden behind the Draken logo. As the watch gains power, the logo will become white. As it loses power, it will turn orange.


You have the choice of 2 different colour straps. The tan and green straps feature quick release pins, making it a breeze to swap out.

The Peregrine comes in a tan PU leather travel case – perfect for storing the watch when not on the wrist.

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Fully luminous dial (BGW9), black applied indices.


Miyota 9130 automatic with power reserve indicator. Decorated rotor.


High-grade 316L stainless steel black DLC coating, exhibition case back.


Double domed sapphire with inner anti-reflective coating.

Water resistance


Strap and bracelet

Leather or canvas


44mm diameter, 22mm lugs, 15.25mm thick, 51.5mm lug to lug.

1 review for Peregrine - DLC case, white dial

  1. Tony Grainger

    I now have three Draken watches, and this is my third, and I think best. It has no date which I prefer, and an almost hidden power reserve indicator, which is my favourite complication . The dial is super legible with large numerals at 3, 6, and 9. The luminosity is very good in low light conditions. The DLC case ( I had to look up the meaning- it stands for Diamond like carbon )) should make the Peregrine very scratch resistant. The fit of the Peregrine is very comfortable, and the buckle on the nice tan leather strap is slightly curved to nestle against the wrist- a small but very clever design feature.
    The designer, Mike Blythe has put a lot of thought and design flair into this watch. Like Storming Norman and Diego Maradona, I have taken to. Wearing a watch on each wrist, and it seems natural now. I am sure I will be wearing the Perigrine often. The problem I will have is giving the other watches my reduced collection of 20 mostly vintage, enough wrist time ,the once a month recommended by watch experts. Hard luck on the Omegas, Zeniths, Tudor, Unitas, Eternamatic etc.

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