Admire Girard-Perregaux WW.TC Lady Shopping Mondo Exploris Watch

Dec 01, 2011
Girard-Perregaux delivers its new WW.TC Lady Shopping Mondo Exploris watch, which will truly delight contemporary women.

Designed in partnership with the luxury magazine Caesar, the new Girard-Perregaux watch is instantly identifiable due to its world time display with day/night indicator. The names of the cities on the outer ring (Paris, New York and Tokyo) gave way to avenues and squares, famous around the world as main shopping places. Printed with Caesar, the disc boasts 15 round diamonds, totaling to 0.18 carats.

The face of the new Girard-Perregaux WW.TC Lady Shopping Mondo Exploris watch also features a white and grey 24-hour revolving ring. Done in white mother-of-pearl, the dial is fitted with applied numerals and 9 round diamonds, with the overall weight of 0.12 carats.

Taking care of central hours and minutes are leaf-shaped skeleton hands. Additionally, the display offers a small seconds counter and a power reserve indicator.

The dial is controlled by an in-house manufactured self-winding mechanical Girard-Perregaux GP033G0 movement. Paved with 27 jewels, it beats to the rhythm of 28,800 vibrations per hour and provides a 46-hour power reserve. The decorative elements of the movement include circular graining on the main plate, a Cotes de Geneve motif on the bridges and oscillating weight, as well as blued steel screws.

The caliber is hidden inside a round stainless steel case. It measures 41mm in diameter and is 11mm high. The models bezel is paved with 54 round diamonds, totaling to 1.95 carats. Its steel case-back is engraved with AE & Mondo Exploris logos. The case-back also features a transparent sapphire crystal, fixed with 6 screws. The case is equipped with two winding crowns at 3 and 9 oclock. The water-resistance of the model is assured down to 5 atm.

Offered in a limited edition of just 4 pieces, the new Girard-Perregaux ladys watch is coupled with a black alligator leather strap with a stainless steel folding buckle.

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