The ww.tc collection (world-wide time control), created by Girard-Perregaux in 2000, is now a recognizable icon of the brand. The “world time” function provides a simultaneous display of all time zones on its dial, based on a coupling mechanism featuring a ring that indicates 24 time zones for 24 named cities. To this, a number of complications have been added over the years, including : a power reserve indicator, a perpetual calendar, and the “Financial”, a world first enabling to keep track of the opening and closing of the world’s main stock markets. The ww.tc chronograph is thus nothing new; but as seen here the available color options continues to grow. This particular ww.tc Chronograph (Ref 49805-11-153-BA6A) will retail for $16,800. More GP ww.tc >>>
Girard-Perregaux ww.tc Chronograph
43mm steel case, automatic mechanical manufacture GP033C0 movement (chronograph + world time indicator).
The manufacture caliber GP033Co is visible through the sapphire crystal case back and features a circular grained mainplate, bridges and oscillating weight with Côtes de Genève embellishment, and blued screws. Unfortunately I do not have an image of the movement which illustrates these features.