The Girard-Perregaux Laureato Chronograph Ti49

Mar 19, 2024,13:52 PM

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This is an attention grabber. Could have done without the date.

 By: ArmisT : March 19th, 2024-13:58
I don’t recall their previous chronos grabbing me like this. Perhaps it’s the colors and materials on this one. How cool would a tantalum GP option be🤔

Not bad at all.

 By: MichaelC : March 19th, 2024-14:00
This will be a popular release for GP.

Very nice - well done GP!

 By: GWIS : March 19th, 2024-14:16
Thanks for the pictures. All the best, Jon

I like anthracite grey

 By: SingaporeMarc : March 19th, 2024-16:02
My 38 mm laureato (discontinued). The date window should go. Titanium vs steel … I don’t mind the weight of steel. So I pretty much view this as a dial color change. They could use the calibre 1800 and piggy back the D&D there but that would require some ...  

I think not so much that they

 By: SingaporeMarc : March 20th, 2024-04:59
Are celebrating the 49th anniversary, but more of a coincidence about the 1791 date of discovery for titanium and that the atomic mass for titanium is 49 etc etc.

This damn date...

 By: amanico : March 19th, 2024-18:21

+1 million - really curious why that date is that important?

 By: Clueless_Collector : March 19th, 2024-20:18
I know that placement makes sense when you see the watch in dark, when lume glows....I got that when I was looking at my Chopard AEs.

+ 1000!

 By: amanico : March 19th, 2024-22:58


 By: SingaporeMarc : March 20th, 2024-04:57
GP marketing is quite detached. And this date window and wheel seems especially out of place in this variant. ...  


 By: amanico : March 20th, 2024-08:42

My thoughts …

 By: SingaporeMarc : March 21st, 2024-12:18
Hi friends, ☀️ I would like to share my thoughts about the new Ti49 laureato chronograph. Pros 1. $ 1,000 more for titanium is reasonable. 2. I like the dial color. Antracite grey is my favorite. Neutral 1. Titanium is ok. I prefer steel myself. I can mag...