The incredible diversity of the Girard Perregaux WW TC.

 By: amanico : September 4th, 2022-10:38
Which was in production for more than 12 years, before Girard Perregaux decided to change it for the Traveller WW TC. 

I had the WW TC Chronograph and loved it, even if this dam date around 2 o' clock ruined my pleasure, a bit.  But there were non chronograph versions which didn't have a date and which were, in consequence, purer. 

All in all, that was a great line. I regret we don't have it in the catalogue anymore. 



There was also a tourbillon one if I’m not mistaken? I’ll take that one.

 By: dedestexhes : September 4th, 2022-10:47

Yes... Here they are...

 By: amanico : September 4th, 2022-10:58

Wow, great! Only the lume on the hands seems a bit odd on the pictures, maybe different in real life?

 By: dedestexhes : September 4th, 2022-11:02

Yes, agreed. Same for many watches, alas. One example: The Lange Datograph.

 By: amanico : September 4th, 2022-15:05


 By: Cookies : September 4th, 2022-11:09

To say the least.

 By: amanico : September 4th, 2022-15:05

GP has so much DNA as a brand I hope their “new” ownership structure will take advantage of it

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : September 4th, 2022-11:47

Me too!

 By: amanico : September 4th, 2022-15:05

Here's mine, second last row, extreme right (I think). I love those steep downturning lugs.

 By: Ruffian : September 4th, 2022-12:12

That's a superb one. Love its smaller case.

 By: amanico : September 4th, 2022-15:06

I had one too

 By: cazalea : September 4th, 2022-12:52
but it was a bit awkward in some ways, the underside of the lugs on my watch were razor sharp ... and like you I prefer the non-chrono versions (subdials are tiny)

Let's keep in mind it was issued in year 2000. ;)

 By: amanico : September 4th, 2022-15:07