This Girard-Perregaux World Time Watch is an Understated Overachiever
We like feature-laden watches, but sometimes all you want is the simple, no-nonsense timepiece that can tell you what time it is where you and in other parts of the world. For those situations, this new offering from Girard-Perregaux – the WW.TC 1966 – should fit the bill nicely.
Utilizing the firm’s own GP03300 24-hour world time caliber (with a 46-hour power reserve) inside a tastefully subdued 40 mm case, the appearance of this little beauty is inspired by vintage pocket watches. Furthermore, the small seconds subdial and rotating 24-hour disc lets you keep precise track of time in multiple places, while the sapphire case back puts the movement’s inner workings on display when not being worn. However, with a price expected to be in the mid to low four-figures, you’ll be wanting to wear this thing on a regular basis. Hell, you might want to get two!