Girard-Perregaux brings large date and moon phases to its GP 1966 collection
Bringing together classical elegance with technical finesse, Girard-Perregaux refines its 1966 collection with its latest innovation. As a technically advanced addition to the collection, the timepiece pairs its exquisite moon phase indicator with a patented large date display, which advances in less than 100th of a second. Alongside its mechanical expertise, the new model houses a 41mm diameter case that is enriched by a crystal and polished, diamond-effect bezel.
With a thickness of 0.10mm, the upper disk is virtually invisible, exhibiting its highly perfected mechanism consisting of two superimposed disks finely embedded within the GP03300 automatic manufacture movement. Composed of 290 parts, the movement is exposed with the watch's sapphire case-back, revealing its oscillating weight ornamented with Côtes de Genève.
Drawing a fine line between contemporary and classic, the timepiece features a curved dial enhanced with applied baton-type markers and curved, polished leaf-shaped hands. The watch's horns are also similarly curved to enhance the watch's appearance and to ensure maximum comfort at the same time.
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