Girard-Perregaux Seahawk Pro 1,000m
by Kyle Stults on April 09, 2011
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“Do nothing without advice”

A new diver from Girard-Perregaux — the Seahawk Pro 1,000m featuring orange color accents.  The name “Sea Hawk” has been used by Girard-Perregaux since the 1940s to designate models designed for use in extreme conditions, however the collection’s current design as you see here first debuted in 2002.  The GP033R0 automatic movement is “GP Manufacture”.  The case is equipped with a screwed crown, a unidirectional rotating bezel in steel to enable the dive time to be monitored, and a helium decompression valve.  And it’s also meets the ISO 6425 dive watch standard, if that sort of thing matters to you.

Girard-Perregaux Seahawk Pro 1,000m

44mm steel case, helium decompression valve, GP0330Ro automatic mechanical movement (GP in-house), rubber strap with extendable folding clasp

Functions: hour, minute, small second, power reserve indicator, date

dial close up:

The watch has a screw-in case-back and is engraved with a porpoise, anchor and trident motif that is a nod to a Girard-Perregaux patent which dates from the end of the 19th century, and at the time were accompanied by the inscription “Do nothing without advice”.