Since 2000, when Swiss watch manufacturer, Girard-Perregaux released the first WW.TC (World Wide Time Control) and ever since has released what feels like dozens of WW.TC variations, that have become a recognized icon of the brand and a recognizable adornment of mainly men’s wrists. The latest version of the WW.TC Chronograph boasts a silver-finish dial with contrasting black sub dials and red for the key elements.
Of course, as well as his relatives its main function provides a simultaneous display of all time zones (24 cities around the world) on its black/white dial. and includes the date, small seconds, a chronograph function, and a day/night indicator. Along with that function it also has a chronograph function, a date window at 1.30, small seconds and a day/night indicator.
The steel case has a diameter of 43mm and contains a Manufacture GP033C0 movement combining a chronograph and world time indicator. This 13’’’ automatic winder caliber has a 46 hour power reserve and is water resistant to 30m. New Girard-Perregaux WW.TC Chronograph comes with alligator skin strap with folding steel clasp and retails for $16,800.