Girard-Perregaux’s WW.TC Chronograph Watch has already become one of the great classics in the watchmaking industry. This summer, a high-end Swiss watch manufacturer has launched the new WW.TC Chronograph model with improved dial details and accented color contrasts.
The new Girard-Perregaux’s WW.TC Chronograph watch displays all time zones on its dial, and also features the date, small seconds, a chronograph function, and a day/night indicator.
An Exceptionally Practical Watch Comes with a Sporty Style
The new timepiece represents sportier interpretation of one of Girard-Perregaux’s great classics – the WW.TC Chronograph Watch, while still retains the elegance and sophistication that characterize the collection.
The reputable watchmaker improved silver-finished dial of the new WW.TC Chronograph which now demonstrates perfect contrasts of black and white colors. Further, the red color accentuates the key elements on the gorgeous dial surface. I must say that the temporal information is well-arranged and organized. The indices, figures and hour and minute hands are complemented with a luminescent coating.
The multi-level dial comprises three black chronograph counters and instantly identifiable day/night window. A special ring with 24 names of the cities for 24 time zones perfectly rounds the dial. This useful feature allows the wearer to easily find his way through the maze of time zones.
The Exclusive System Based on a Coupling Mechanism
The in-house manufactured Caliber GP033C0 mechanical movement combines a chronograph and world time indicator, and it is housed in a round mid-sized with the diameter of 44 mm. The masculine case is crafted from top grade stainless steel and it is 13.4 mm thick. The case is coated on both sides with scratch-resistant sapphire crystals with antireflective coatings and it is constructed to resist water pressure up to 30 meters (100 feet).
The self-winding mechanism oscillates at the frequency of 28,600 vibrations per hour (4 hz) and provides full 46 hours of power reserve. The impeccable movement measures 13ligne and is built on 63 jewels. The inner beauty of the movement is visible through the sapphire crystal case back. The workmanships is hand finished in the purest traditions of watchmaking, with the circular-grained plate, the bridges and oscillating weight embellished with the Côtes de Genève pattern, and blued steel screws.
For the best comfort of the wearer, Girard-Perregaux chose to attach the new WW.TC Chronograph to a black alligator leather strap equipped with a steel folding clasp.
The referent number of this year’s model is 49805-11-153-BA6A and it can be purchased for $16,800.