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Girard Perregaux: New 1966 Orion: it’s nice, but......

Why does GP insist on using such a small movement? Haven’t they learned by now? Is that their “thing”? And if it does, why put a date that accentuates it?
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By: Cru Jones
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Girard Perregaux: Not much more I can say here that isn’t on a few watch blogs currently. Cheers.

Just thought I would share some photos here since I hadn’t seen any conversation about this one.
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By: Cru Jones
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Girard Perregaux: Laureato Absolute Light - LE of 88 - +$80k

A new one from GP.....
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By: Cru Jones
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Seiko: Answer:

www.watchprosite.com world-s-largest-grand-seiko-boutique--paris-place-vendôme/876.1328146.11472366/1565416900/
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By: Cru Jones
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Girard Perregaux: “Absolute Passion”.... PVD LE of 50

As GP itself says: “Its 44mm features a black PVD treatment with touches of red, in homage to the use of red in Girard-Perregaux’s history-making chronographs.”
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By: Cru Jones
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