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Monday, October 29, 2012


Limited to just 20 pieces: Girard Perregaux White Ceramic WW.TC Timer Chronograph




Girard Perregaux’s latest WW.TC Timer Chronograph has a snappy new look to it with the white ceramic case set snappily against the black rubber push buttons and crowns. The look is at once new, fresh and very eye catching.

The light coloured dial, covered with smoked sapphire crystal, is contrasted with strong, graphic black numerals. The sub dials contrast magnificently against the clean white too. While the “world times” function displays all the time zones simultaneously, the date, the small seconds, the chronograph function with flyback and day/night indicator are logical and easy to read. 

 
Visible through the case’s smoked sapphire back, the manufacture movement GP3300-0028 sits inside a protective titanium housing, developed by Girard-Perregaux’s engineers. This self-winding 13’’’ calibre offers 46 hours of power reserve. All finishing was carried out by hand. Hallmarks of quality and excellence include the fact that the mainplate is pearled, the bridges and the oscillating weight are decorated with Geneva Stripes, and the screws are in blued steel.



This undoubtedly stunning looking WW.TC Chronograph will be made in a limited edition of only 20 pieces, so it’s going to be appearing on just a very few lucky wrists around the world. 

Specifications

White ceramic case (internal container in titanium), bezel in steel and white ceramic
Push buttons and crowns covered with black rubber.
Diameter: 43.00 mm
Case-back: black DLC coated titanium closed with 6 screws,
sapphire glass
Water resistance: 100 metres
Movement Girard-Perregaux GP3300-0028
Self-winding mechanical
Functions: hour, minute, small second, world times with
day/night indicator, flyback chronograph, date
Calibre: 13 ’’’
Frequency: 28,800 vibrations/hour (4 Hz)
Power reserve: 46 hours minimum
Jewels: 63 jewels
Black rubber strap
Clasp: folding, titanium
Limited edition of 20 pieces
Reference: 49820-32-712-FK6A

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