Introducing: The Girard-Perregaux Competizione Chronograph Line
The Stradale with a lash.
Girard-Perregaux was known for their dashing chronographs, created during the 1950s and 1960s, which were cherished for the improved on case plan and in general equilibrium. With the Competizione Line, you can get that equivalent vintage feel in a 42 mm case. The Line has two forms, the Stradale and the Circuito. Both are basically a similar watch (same size case and same programmed development with 46-hour power hold) anyway one is made of steel (the Stradale with silver or dark dial) and the other, titanium and carbon composite (the Circuito with honeycomb dial).
The Stradale with a bracelet.
The Stradale plays to the classicist gatherer, with its conventional lines and appearance. It highlights three-registers for steady seconds, 30-moment and 12-hour registers. Moreover the date window (for all you date darlings out there) is settled in the middle of the steady seconds and 12-hour register at four o’clock. The watch is controlled by the GP03300 reference type programmed development and is accessible with a dark or silver dial (as referenced prior) and with an arm band or croc strap.
The Circuito is the edgier rendition in the assortment and highlights a similar 42 mm case in titanium and carbon composite. It has a dark honeycomb dial with red accents and same register-date format, alongside a similar programmed development. This watch retails for $13,400 while the Stradale retails for $9,800 (with tie) and $10,500 (with wristband) and are accessible now.
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