Girard-perregaux Girard-perregaux Traveller Series Watch Real Shot

The Traveller series watches live up to their name, expressing the traveler’s travel time zone, traveling life style, and cherishing the minutes and seconds of life; The Traveller series includes WW.TC world time chronograph and big calendar moon phases Two models cover the mystery of time advancement in an all-round way; they capture the exquisite timepiece technology of the past, accurately display the minutes and seconds, and accompany the watch owner to venture into the world, truly experiencing nothingness and value of time.

 The Traveller series inherits the tradition of the classic WW.TC series and debuts with a new look: the lines, radians and contours are more exquisite, and the movement is inadvertently revealed; the 44 mm case is full of time, and the lugs are chamfered to enhance its ironing. The curved lines, matte and polished phases modify the gloss to make the details more elegant; the dials are clearly layered to add a three-dimensional effect to the display function; the refining oscillating weight and discounts are incorporated into the Girard-Perregaux legendary three golden bridge elements, adding this series Unique sense of the times.
 The Traveller Large Calendar Moon Phase watch has a subtle and stylish design, with details that create a strong modern feel; the stainless steel case is composed of 30 components, matte polished and delicately crafted.
 The slightly arched opalescent dial design makes the time display more prominent, the beveled minute scale adds depth and depth, and the hand-inlaid luminous hour markers point to the center, so that the focus is on each function display; each function is automatically made by GP Girard-Perregaux watches Movement-driven, the hour and minute hands are treated with luminous light, a large calendar window under the GP logo at 12 o’clock, a small second hand connected at 7:30 a.m., a power reserve indicator at 4:30 a. Shows the passage of time elegantly.

 One of the innovative designs of the movement is to directly link the moon phase and power reserve display to the mainspring drum, so that the moon phase disc can run accurately and accurately. It is accurate to 122 years and only one day. The moon phase adjustment switch is located at 10 On the case side; the moon phase design is very realistic, the mineral glass material is metallized to create a black to gray gradient effect, the moon surface is vivid, and the silver star sparkles like the galaxy star, one of which hides the GP logo; the periphery of the moon phase The frosted round frame has seconds scale.
 The polished outer frame jumps in 15 milliseconds (15/1000 seconds), thanks to the Girard-Perregaux patented technology: two turntables, one transparent and one matte, with ten and one digit numbers, both Overlapping only 0.10 mm thick, the digital version of the turntable echoes the watch design.
 The Traveller Large Calendar Moon Phase Watch comes with a black crocodile leather strap that fits the curvature of the wrist in one go; a black or gray dial with a black ceramic bezel and a brown belt are also available.
Girard Perregaux Traveler Large Calendar Moon Phase Watch
Technical specifications
Full stainless steel case or steel case with ceramic bezel
Diameter: 44 mm
Table mirror: anti-glare crystal glass
Case back: The case back is densely set with 6 screws and set with crystal glass
Water resistance: 100 meters
GP03300-0080 automatic refining movement (white calendar window) or GP03300-0081 automatic refining movement (black calendar window)
Movement size: 13 1/2 legal minutes
Swing frequency: 28,800 times per hour (4 Hz)
Power reserve: 46 hours or more
Gems: 35
Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, large calendar, moon phase, power reserve display
Number: 49650-11-131-BB6A
Steel case, black alligator strap with discount
Number: 49650-11-631-BB6A
Steel case, black alligator strap with discount
Number: 49650-82-231-HBBA
Ceramic bezel in steel case, brown alligator strap with discount

 The world time system only appeared in the late 19th century. Prior to this, the so-called local time system was quite chaotic. Each city had its own time, which was mainly determined by observing the position of the sun. At that time, there were no less than 115 official local versions of the United States. time. In 1870, the Canadian engineer Standord Fleming proposed the concept of international time and divided the world into 24 time zones. After being accepted by an international conference held in Philadelphia in the United States in 1876, it gradually became popular. By 1911, France became the last country participating in this system. In 1935, the famous Geneva watchmaker Louis Cottier developed a world time watch, which can display the time in 24 time zones at the same time, and write a new page of watchmaking history.

 The steel case of the Traveller ww.tc watch is composed of 34 components. It is designed to combine cutting-edge technology and unique aesthetics. The matte and polished finishes combine to highlight the contour of the case. The refining movement is composed of 476 parts. In addition to the world time and day / night display of the first version, it also has functions such as small seconds, date, and time.

 The luminous hour and minute hands of the milky surface dial and the central seconds hand are the visual focus. How to highlight the various display functions is a challenge facing the designer: the edge is a beveled ring with 24 city names, and there is a 24-hour day / night inside. Swivel, date display at 2 o’clock; small seconds at 3 o’clock, 12-hour timer at 6 o’clock, 30-minute timer at 9 o’clock, the time scale is luminous, and the layout is clear and easy to read.

The dial function is rich in data display, but the operation is extremely easy. Various functions are set by the 3 o’clock crown: pull out one section to set the city circle, pull out two sections to set the date, and pull out three sections. The minute and 24-hour loops are technically innovative and practical; the rubber strap is covered with suede-effect crocodile leather, which is integrated with the case in one go, soft and comfortable, and it is secure and clingy on the wrist.
Traveller ww.tc has three other dial style options: steel case with matte black dial, titanium case with silver opal dial, and steel case black ceramic bezel with silver opal dial.
Girard Perregaux Traveler ww.tc
Technical specifications
Full stainless steel or titanium case or steel case with ceramic bezel
Diameter: 44 mm
Table mirror: anti-glare crystal glass
Case back: The case back is densely set with 6 screws and set with crystal glass
Water resistance: 100 meters
GP03300-0083 automatic refining movement (white calendar window) or GP03300-0084 automatic refining movement (black calendar window)
Movement size: 13 legal minutes
Swing frequency: 28,800 times per hour (4 Hz)
Power reserve: 46 hours or more
Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, world time with day / night display, timekeeping, date
Number: 449700-82-131-BB6C
Steel case, ceramic bezel
Black rubber alligator strap with discount
No. 49700-21-132-HBBB
Titanium case, rubber-coated brown alligator strap with discount
No. 49700-11-133-BB6B (Ivory dial)
70049700-11-631-BB6B (black dial)
Steel case, black rubber alligator strap with discount
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