Girard Perregaux Traveler Ww.Tc Titanium Dlc Unveiled

Girard-Perregaux Traveler WW.TCTitaniumDLC watch debuted with its solid texture and complex functions. This watch is based on strong black as the main color, equipped with a self-winding mechanical movement, and has chronograph and world time functions.

TravellerWW.TCTitaniumDLC combines powerful performance with a low-key appearance and one body, which is a good companion for travelers. Its World Time feature makes it easy for the wearer to see the time anywhere in the world. Its chronograph function, coupled with its overall black tone and crocodile-treated rubber strap, highlight its sports and technological characteristics.

The three-dimensional texture carved on the black dial symbolizes the longitude and latitude of the earth, and the hour, minute and scale are treated with fluorescent coating, which shows no problem in the dark environment. The red chronograph seconds hand is striking. The 6 o’clock position and the 9 o’clock position are equipped with two independent timers, which can display the accumulated time of 12 hours and 30 minutes.

This watch is easy to read and use. The bezel on the fixed bezel on the edge of the dial is printed with 24 time zones representing the names of cities. The 24 time zones around the world are clear at a glance. There is a 24-hour day / night bezel. Turn around; the 24-hour day / night ring is divided into light and black halves, the former has the sun, and the latter has a crescent moon, which shows the difference between day and night.

The titanium case has a diameter of 44 mm and is composed of 30 components. Its texture is strong and light. Its surface is treated with diamond-like carbon surface to show a deep and uniform black. The watch mirror uses a sapphire crystal glass. A screw fixes a sapphire crystal glass as the bottom cover, which can glimpse the movement of the movement. The watch is equipped with a GP03300 self-winding mechanical movement made by Girard-Perregaux. The movement consists of 476 parts, a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz), a power reserve of approximately 46 hours, and hours, minutes and small seconds. Dial, calendar, timer, and universal time and day and night indicator functions.