A masterpiece, for sure. But which one is your taste? I would usually say titanium, because it is a big and thick watch, so the comfort would lead me to prefer titanium, but I prefer the contrast of the blue hands from th white gold version. You? Best, Ni
Really enjoy my GP WWTC and dreaming of when the world gets back to normal and we can all travel again, when choosing my travel companion I looked at all sorts but settled on the 43mm white gold GP.......wherever you are in the world stay safe.
Collected this from Selfridges from a service just before the London lockdown. Glad I made the trip out to pick up! Been putting a smile on my face amongst all the madness! Not the finest in terms of movement but technically very cool and aesthetically, o
Friends, I recently saw a very unusual version of the GP Pour Ferrari 9020. We know the 9020 is a few different versions, like Platinum case with black dial or yellow gold with black dial and for me the 9020 is probably the most desirable of all Pour Ferr
Girard-Perregaux unveiled the Quasar during the 2019 edition of Watches & Wonders Miami (that seems very far away ...). This watch can be defined as the reinterpretation of the Neo-Tourbillon Skeleton with a sapphire case. The ambition of the manufacture
It is not a secret nor a mystery that I really like the Constant Escapement. The concept / idea, the look, and this magic ballet of wheels and typical Girard Perregaux bridges on both sides. The only issue is the size... 48 mm is really huge. 44 mm would