Girard-Perregaux releases steel version of ww.tc

The world wide time control (ww.tc) collection was created by Girard-Perregaux in 2000 and it quickly became one of the brand’s iconic lines. Combining watchmaking expertise with refined style, the new ww.tc is available in steel with an entirely satin-finished 43mm case and its “world time” function simultaneously displays all 24 time zones on its dial.

The 24-hour ring has been redesigned with new baton-style hands indicating the hours and minutes and two arrows showing the direction of its rotation. The exclusive system features a coupling mechanism used for driving a ring displaying the time for 24 time zones, represented by the same number of cities. The hour ring has a day/night contrast function which makes it easier to read.

With ergonomics is mind, this timepiece comes with a matte black alligator strap and a deploying buckle, guaranteeing ideal comfort. A steel bracelet with a full satin finish is also available.

Technical specifications
Steel case
Diameter: 43.00 mm
Height: 13.40 mm
Case-back: sapphire crystal, secured by 6 screws
Water resistance: 50 metres
Girard-Perregaux GP033C0 self-winding mechanical movement
Calibre: 13”’
Frequency: 28,800 vibrations/hour (4 Hz)
Jewels: 63
Power reserve: minimum 46 hours
Functions: hours, minutes, small second, world time with day/night indicator, chronograph, date

Girard-Perregaux timepieces are available at King Jewelers in Aventura, FL and Nashville, TN. For more information, please visit http://www.girard-perregaux.com and http://www.kings1912.com

David King

Author: David King

David King is the Director of Business Development of King Jewelers. A Graduate Gemologist with specialties in luxury timepieces, diamonds, and marketing, his main responsibilities include advertising & marketing, events, watch buying, client relations, concierge services, website development, brand management, and business development.

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