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Girard-Perregaux - 1966 Large Date and Moon Phases

For the first time Girard-Perregaux equips a model from the 1966 collection with both large date and moon phases functions.

Part of a collection that pays tribute to the 1960s, the new Girard-Perregaux 1966 Large Date and Moon Phases integrates useful complications in a classical watch characterised by aesthetic simplicity and high-quality finish.

The case, with a diameter of 41 mm an a thickness of 11.22 mm, incorporates a slightly domed crystal and a polished, diamond-effect bezel.  The horns are also curved to offer optimal comfort on the wrist and better harmonise with the case.

The beautiful moon phases indicator is here joined by a patented large date display. The mechanism consists of two superimposed disks built into the GP03300 automatic manufacture movement. The distinctive feature of this solution is that it displays the date with no border between the digits for exceptional readability. The upper disk is virtually invisible thanks to its transparency and its thickness of 0.10 mm, just like a sheet of paper. Not only beautiful, the date is extremely fast advancing in less than 100th of a second.

The curved opaline dial has applied baton-type markers and curved, polished hour and minute leaf-shaped hands. The small seconds hand is centred on the moon phases indicator.

Composed of 290 parts, including the oscillating weight decorated with Côtes de Genève visible through the sapphire crystal case-back, the GP03300-0110 calibre beats at 28,800 vibrations per hour with a power reserve of  46 hours.

Matched to an alligator leather strap, the Girard-Perregaux 1966 Large Date and Moon Phases is available in white (ref. 49546-53-132-BB60) or pink gold (ref. 49546-52-131-BB60).

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