1966 Full Calendar REF : 49535D11A131-BB60

A model following the design spirit of the watches of the 1960s and a tribute to Girard-Perregaux’s technical advances in the field of chronometry, crowned by the Neuchâtel Observatory Centenary Prize.

A timeless design

A classic timepiece with useful complications: a full calendar enabling display of the date, the day of the week, the month and moon phases. A thin, entirely polished, round case, softly domed with curved lines (lugs, bezel, sapphire crystal and case-back). Strap perfectly integrated to the case for maximum wearing comfort.
1966>>Full Calendar
Moon-phase indicator

WATCH

CASE

Material: 
steel
Diameter: 
40,00 mm
Height: 
10,80 mm
Case-back: 
sapphire crystal
Dial: 
silver opaline
Water resistance: 
3 ATM

STRAP

Size: 
20,00 / 16,00 mm
Material: 
alligator
black
Buckle: 
pin
Buckle material: 
steel

SETTING

Bezel: 
70 brilliant-cut diamonds ~ 1ct
Dial: 
8 brilliant-cut diamonds

MOVEMENT

CALIBRE

Number: 
GP03300-0118
Type: 
self-winding mechanical movement
Diameter: 
25,60 mm (11 1/2’’’)
Height: 
4,80 mm
Frequency: 
28,800 Vib/h – (4 Hz)
Number of components: 
295
Jewels: 
27
Oscillating weight: 
steel
Finishes: 
côtes de Genève, circular graining and bevelling
Power reserve: 
min. 46 hours

FUNCTIONS

hours, minutes, centre seconds, full calendar, moon phases indicator.

The Calibre GP03300-0118

Reliable in-house manufactured movement made of more than 295 components. The sapphire crystal case-back reveals the automatic-winding mechanical movement 3300, and the oscillating weight, decorated with Côtes de Genève.

VARIATIONS

Full Calendar
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Moon Phases
Full Calendar
1966
Full Calendar
49535D11A131-BB60
CHF 13300
(Swiss recommended tax-inclusive retail price)
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