Girard-Perregaux is introducing a new steel version of its popular ww.tc chronograph. Originally launched in 2000, this collection has quickly become one of G-P’s iconic lines. The ww.tc (world wide time control) displays all 24 time zones on its dial. An exclusive coupling mechanism drives the ring displaying 24 cities representing the zones. The hour ring also has a day/night indicator.
The ergonomic, satin-finished case measures 43mm in diameter. For this new model, the dial and 24-hour ring have been redesigned, and the baton-style hands are also new. The GP033C0 in-house movement combines chronograph and date functions with world time indication. The automatic movement, visible through a display back, offers a 46 hour power reserve.
Customers can select between an elegant black matte alligator strap or a more sporty satin-finish steel bracelet. The USA suggested retail price is $14,650. Complete technical specifications appear below the image.
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
Frequency: 28,800 vibrations/hour (4 Hz)
Power reserve: minimum 46 hours
Functions: hours, minutes, small second, world time with day/night indicator, chronograph, date
Also available with steel bracelet, REF: 49805-11-650-11A