Girard-Perregaux Girard-Perregaux 1966, 40 mm, steel
This Girard-Perregaux 1966, 40 mm, is presented for the first time in steel in the history of the iconic 1966 collection.
The Girard-Perregaux 1966, 40 mm, steel, mixes styles and genres – male-female and classic-contemporary – but maintains the iconic aesthetic and manufacture movement of the 1966 line, which was launched as a tribute to the year 1966 when it included the first high frequency movement, with a balance beating at a frequency of 36,000 vibrations per hour.
The timepiece has a particularly refined 40mm case with meticulous finishing of all the components. With cutting-edge modernism and distinguished aesthetics, the steel case adds to the simple understatement that is unique to the 1966.
The opaline silvered dial features beveled indicators, which further enhances its refined style. They give a distinguished classicism to the timepiece. Under the gently domed sapphire crystal, the "leaf" type hands - unique to the 1966 collection - mark the hours and minutes as they trace the curves of the case. The large second hand, which is particularly streamlined and the only one of its kind, as well as all of the time indication elements, are silver in color to create a piece which is an ode to steel.
The sapphire case back reveals the GP03300-0030 mechanical movement with automatic winding and top-end finishing, designed, produced and assembled in the workshops of Girard-Perregaux at La Chaux-de-Fonds. With a 46-hour power reserve, it is wound by its oscillating weight decorated with a “Cote de Genève” motif.
Ever since 1791, Girard-Perregaux has been pursuing its course in the best tradition of Fine Watchmaking. The Maison’s history has been characterised by legendary timepieces that combine cutting-edge design with innovative technology.Find out more >
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