A festival of Girard Perregaux Laureato Skeleton.

Nov 19, 2020,00:24 AM
 

The Girard Perregaux Laureato Skeleton is a Star, here. It has more and more fans. 


So it would be great to see a family picture of this reference, don't you think? 

Till 2019, we had these three in Steel, then in Ceramic. 


This year, came the Titanium and Sapphire case, the so called Absolute Light.



Can you pick a favorite among these 4? 

Best,

Nicolas

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A really like these a lot . These are on my radar thanks to our fellow member Mohannad , he is spamming us with his amazing GP skeleton 😉

 
 By: Watchonthewrist : November 19th, 2020-01:39
I think my choice would be the steel one although i need to see the other versions yet in person

verdict

 
 By: Weems@8 : November 19th, 2020-02:24
The steel with the blue layout for me.

Easy, the black with blue dial accent

 
 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : November 19th, 2020-03:40

Yes it is and it is such a lovely piece!

 
 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : November 19th, 2020-05:23

I prefer the original stainless version.

 
 By: vitalsigns : November 19th, 2020-05:08
A very nice piece, but that hour hand is too short compared to the minute hand. Cheers, John

I think there is a proper ratio (or perhaps range) for hour to minute hand lengths. Seems like the hour hand is stubby here.

 
 By: vitalsigns : November 19th, 2020-12:31
I don't think lengthening it a bit would obscure easy time-telling. Just my opinion, of course. I'm big on proper aesthetic proportions.

Absolute Light, just too cool

 
 By: SALMANQ8 : November 19th, 2020-07:41

I will have to check that...

 
 By: amanico : November 19th, 2020-11:18

Black ceramic with blued movement for me, as you mentioned.

 
 By: MichaelC : November 23rd, 2020-18:23
It has been a regular force on my wrist since acquiring it. I would love to see a rose gold and black two tone model. I envision it in my mind and I am in love!