Gp Girard Perregaux Presents 2014 Father’s Day Watches

Respect for history, for the future

Girard Perregaux’s new three-bridge tourbillon watch
 Reinterpreting the ancient tradition with a new approach, the new three-bridge tourbillon watch announces the classic Girard-Perregaux tourbillon into a new era of design and three-dimensional mechanical structure.
 Girard Perregaux created the iconic three-bridge tourbillon watch almost 150 years ago, and now it has achieved a qualitative leap. The watchmaker improved its legendary models and eventually became the latest benchmark in design and watchmaking. The structure and rules that give the watch its sturdiness and novelty are retained: the improvements are in the design of the three bridge splint, the shape of the mirror and the fully redesigned movement inside. The brand abandons the old rules and designs the new three-bridge tourbillon watch in the spirit of pioneering, which shows the watchmaking factory respects the history and the future innovation potential.
Subtle three-axis

GP Girard Perregaux three-axis tourbillon
 The tourbillon is a subtle mechanical sublimation that improves the accuracy of the travel time. For more than a century and a half, the Girard-Perregaux watch has been a master; the watch factory successfully developed a three-axis tourbillon, and once again demonstrated the level of the technology of controlling the tourbillon.
 Tourbillon technology is mainly used to offset the error caused by the gravity of the movement. The three-axis tourbillon takes this idea to a new level: the traditional tourbillon rotates along one axis, and this new work is three-dimensional along three axes. Rotation, accuracy is naturally better.
 In order to assemble the three-axis tourbillon movement, the design of the watch body must be adjusted. The crystal glass table mirror with arched lens allows everyone to clearly appreciate the beautiful operation of the tourbillon. This unique idea shows the top technical achievements of Girard-Perregaux. , As well as the unremitting persistence.
Cherish every minute and live a wonderful life

Girard Perregaux Traveler WW.TC World Time Rose Gold
 Girard-Perregaux, a Swiss haute horlogerie, has been inextricably linked with modern tourism culture since it was founded in 1791. The newly-developed Traveler WW.TC world time watch rose gold model is luxurious Bright and exquisite technology continues this long tradition, and it is a good companion on the wrist of business travelers who often travel long distances.
 The history of GP Girard-Perregaux is subtlely intertwined with the development of modern transportation and tourism and global integration, and the new Traveller WW.TC world time watch rose gold model is a tribute to the brand’s glorious history. Girard-Perregaux’s timepieces, as well as the history of the founders and their descendants in expanding overseas markets, have also become an important part of this page’s history. In 1830, Jean-François Bautte has been actively making pocket watches that can show the time in two time zones. By 1860, François Perregaux went to Japan to expand his business and became the first Swiss watchmaker to stay in Japan for a long time.
Bright tones, laid back and elegant

Girard Perregaux watch sea hawk diving watch
 The new Sea Hawk watches boldly challenge bright colors. The dial, hands and unidirectional rotating bezel of this diving watch are embellished with cobalt blue and coral orange, showing outstanding performance in a leisurely and elegant form.
 The Sea Hawk diving watch inherits the original technical and appearance characteristics. These iconic features have become the success magic weapon of this series after redesign in 2012. The cobalt blue dial and strap show the colors of the ocean, while the orange hands adorn the minutes, seconds, and power reserve displays, and the bezel highlights the diving 0 to 15-minute scale in orange.
 The dial is decorated with three-dimensional ‘honeycomb’ carvings. The three-dimensional time scale is covered with a fluorescent coating to ensure readability in the dark. The minute inner scale is marked on the inclined inner ring, which elegantly connects the dial with the case. At 2 o’clock, a date display window with a polished outer edge is set to reflect the unique asymmetrical beauty. At 6 o’clock, the power reserve display with an orange area clearly indicates when the movement must be wound. The small second hand is set at 10 o’clock. The hands are coated with a super-fluorescent coating for accurate reading in the dark. A unidirectional rotatable bezel surrounds the sapphire crystal to calculate the diving time, and the notched edge design makes it easy to adjust the bezel.
A touch of dark blue

Girard Perregaux Classic 1966 and Vintage 1945
 A touch of dark blue, elegant, timeless, and touching; Girard-Perregaux 1966 and Vintage XXL series of GP Girard-Perregaux watches are replaced with blue dials to achieve elegant elegance.
 Girard-Perregaux, the leading Swiss horological watch, is not only known for its outstanding mechanical functions, many of them have historical value, and their color processing is also ingenious. At the end of the 18th century, the founder of the brand, Jean-François Bautte, became the first master watchmaker to incorporate blue into watchmaking with his unique vision. Appears in the timepiece.