Watchtime recently spent some time with Girard-Perregaux and got to see some of their latest watches. We saw several watches, and several in particular stood out to us. Girard-Perregaux is famous for their three-bridge tourbillons, and the Laureato Tourbillon with sapphire bridges really caught our eye. This tourbillon is limited to only 10 pieces, and with a case of lightweight titanium, weighs approximately 0.3 grams.
We also liked the 1966 Blue Dial Chronograph. The white gold case is 40mm in diameter. The dial features applied numbers and indexes, and the subdials are engraved with a snail pattern. A new iteration of one of the classic GP pieces, this watch celebrates Girard-Perregaux’s 220th Anniversary.