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Girard-Perregaux - Competizione Collection: Stradale and Circuito Chronographs

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At Baselworld 2016, Girard-Perregaux launched three new chronographs with automatic winding as part of the new Competizione collection which pays homage to speed and takes inspiration from the world of automobiles.

The first two models, named Stradale, features an elegant design, while the third one, the Circuito, has markedly sporty lines.

The Stradale chronographs sport a stainless steel case in a 42 mm contemporary size combined with a classic design which makes the watch sporty but with a touch of elegance.

Water resistant to 30 metres, the Stradale features rounded lugs, “mushroom-type” push-pieces  and a transparent sapphire crystal case-back to reveal the GP03300 manufacture movement which beats at 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour) with an autonomy of 46 hours.

The dial, available as silvered (ref. 49590-11-111) or black (ref. 49590-11-611), features baton-type hands with subtly sunken and delicately snailed counters. The date is displayed in the small window positioned between the fourth and fifth hour markers.

The Girard-Perregaux Stradale models can be matched to an alligator strap fastened by a folding clasp or on a steel bracelet with prices of US$ 9,800 and US$ 10,500 respectively.

The Circuito version of the Competizione collection is characterised by a titanium and carbon case which frames a “honeycomb” open-worked composite dial recalling the radiator grilles and air inlets of automobiles. The Girard-Perregaux Circuito (ref. 49590-39-612) is completed on a carbon-effect calfskin strap fastened to the wrist by a double folding clasp in DLC-coated microbead-blasted steel.  Retail price: US$ 13,400.

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