GIRARD-PERREGAUX
GIRARD-PERREGAUX

GIRARD-PERREGAUX 1966 PERPETUAL CALENDAR

Girard-Perregaux has unveiled a Perpetual Calendar as part of its Girard-Perregaux 1966 collection, the clean, understated style of this watchmaking classic paying fitting tribute to the Brand's long-standing tradition.

A highly complex mechanism, the Perpetual Calendar is a superb example of technical watchmaking, the self-winding calibre GP033Q0 comprises 288 separate components. In a further touch of sophistication, the calibre features the Manufacture's exclusive Microvar variable inertia balance, which can be seen through the watch's transparent case-back.

This exceptional calibre is housed in an elegant 40-millimetre case. With its beautiful symmetry and perfect attention to detail, the Girard-Perregaux 1966 Perpetual Calendar exceeds the most demanding expectations in terms of watch design. On its gently domed dial, baton indexes and fine leaf-shaped hands mark the hours, minutes and the different calendar indications.

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GIRARD-PERREGAUX 1966 PERPETUAL CALENDAR