Girard-Perregaux ww.tc Goes Black

  • Carol Besler

Just for the American market, Girard-Perregaux is releasing a limited-edition all-black version of its popular ww.tc world timer. Suggestively dubbed the Dark Night ($25,900), the new edition of 25 pieces, sports a black ceramic 43 mm case that will offer more durability than previous versions. The automatic GP03387 manufacture movement combines a 24-zone world time function with a fly-back chronograph, giving the model a practical, hands-on quality that has made ww.tc a favorite for more than a decade. (877.846.3447, www.girard-perregaux.com)

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