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Girard-Perregaux Unveils Their First Titanium Laureato Chronograph Ti49

Crafted from grade 5 titanium, renowned for its exceptional strength, lightness, anti-magnetism, and corrosion resistance....

Girard-Perregaux, the esteemed Swiss watchmaker with a legacy spanning 172 years, has introduced the Laureato Chronograph Ti49. This latest addition to the Laureato collection marks a significant milestone for the brand as it debuts its first-ever timepiece crafted entirely from grade 5 titanium

While Girard-Perregaux has established itself as the timing partner of Aston Martin, the Laureato Chronograph Ti49 stands distinctively on its own. Instead, it embraces a universal allure with its sporty aesthetics and technical prowess, making it an ideal companion for enthusiasts attending prestigious events like Formula 1 races.

Crafted from grade 5 titanium, renowned for its exceptional strength, lightness, anti-magnetism, and corrosion resistance, the Laureato Chronograph Ti49 embodies the pinnacle of engineering and craftsmanship. Its polished and brushed surfaces create a dynamic interplay of light and shadow.

The monochromatic grey Clous de Paris dial, adorned with azuraged subdials and a discreetly positioned date window at 4:30, exudes understated elegance and versatility. Beneath the surface, the watch is powered by the in-house Calibre GP03300-0141, boasting a respectable power reserve of 46 hours and meticulously finished with Côtes de Genève, circular graining, chamfering, mirror polishing, snailing, satin, and sunray finishes, alongside blued screws.

Unlike other titanium iterations from rival luxury watchmakers, the Laureato Chronograph Ti49 maintains a sense of accessibility without compromising on quality or exclusivity. Positioned in a price range where it can be cross-shopped against icons like the Rolex Daytona, this timepiece emerges as a compelling alternative.

Scheduled for release in March 2024, the Girard-Perregaux Laureato Chronograph Ti49 will be available worldwide through authorized retailers for US$19,400.

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