Girard-Perregaux Introduces a Green Laureato

Girard-Perregaux introduces a new color to the Laureato family

Watches with green dials have been the trend this year, and Girard-Perregaux builds upon this as they announce a new Girard-Perreaux Laureato with a green dial.

Green is associated with nature, harmony, and health and the colour showcases a timeless look on a wristwatch.

The Girard-Perregaux Laureato which was launched in 1975 remains to be a timeless sports watch and the new dial adds a casual, sporty or formal look to the timepiece.

The new Girard-Perregaux Laureato’s distinctive green dial is paired with a Clous de Paris dial pattern encased in a 42mm stainless steel case. The baton style indexes are presented in a black PVD coating and include a luminescent material that glows white in dim lighting. A modest height of 10.68mm is a welcome addition that will slip under your shirt cuffs without any hassle. The central sweep seconds hand is rhodium-plated, providing contrast to the green dial.

The Girard-Perregaux with the new green dial get’s the trusted Calibre GP01800 self-winding movement. It’s main plate has circular graining with beveling, mirror polishing, a satin finish, snailing and a sunray finish. The bridges are decorated with straight Côtes de Genève and the rhodium-plated oscillating weight is embellished with circular Côtes de Genève. With this movement, the watch also gets a 54 hour power reserve

The girard-Perregaux Green is priced at $12,800 and will go on sale in November 2022. For the initial one month, the watch will be sold exclusively by Wempe followed by an availability across all authorized Girard-Perregaux retailers.

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