Girard Perregaux Chronograph 375 MM Ref 8050.

Oct 17, 2019,14:02 PM

Born from the collaboration between Girard Perregaux and Ferrari, at the end of 2002, the 375 MM came in white gold ( LE of 125 pieces ) and in rose gold ( 250 pieces ). 

A rectangular chronograph, 31 x 36, 5 mm big, 11 mm thick. Manual winding chronograph movement, whose origins are the same than the Ulysse Nardin and Cartier Tortue CPCP Chrono mono pusher ( THA ), mono pusher. Solid case back. 

Here are two pictures of this very special watch: 

Credit picture: Touchofmodern.

Credit picture: Element in Time.

I always have fondness for this watch. The only thing I regretted is the weird hour hand, which doesn't match very well with the spirit and design of this watch, for me. You also have to get used to this size, but that is not really a problem. 

Yes, a very special and lovely watch. 



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Very nice watch. Wonderful picture. 👍

 By: geross : October 18th, 2019-00:43
Looks great. Even 11 mm thickness it's allright cause it's got a chronograph complication. Cheers 🍻 Geross

Very cool!! The case is very ‘Tank’ like

 By: everso : October 18th, 2019-03:47
With the extended sides and squared off top! Never seen this! Very nice

Nice pictures

 By: emalit : March 6th, 2020-06:03
Dear Amanico these are nice GP pictures including the platinum Chrono you posted once. Is element in time a print magazine ? Is there an accessible resource of this? Thanks