2014 Baselworld Preview Of Baselworld – Girard-perregaux Girard-perregaux Tourbillon

The Basel Clock & Watch Fair will officially open on March 27. Girard Perregaux reinterprets ancient traditions with a new method, launches a new three-bridge tourbillon watch, and announces the classic tourbillon into the design and A new era of three-dimensional mechanical construction.

Girard Perregaux has improved the traditional three-bridge tourbillon watch. The sturdy and novel structure and rules of the watch have been retained. The design of the three-bridge bridge, the shape of the mirror and the interior have been completely redesigned Movement.
The new three-bridge tourbillon watch adopts new rules, showing atmospheric and three-dimensional effects in the slightest. The three bridge plywood is made of titanium, sandblasted and coated with black PVD coating. The cut and structure are also completely different from the previous ones. Hollow out processing makes them appear lighter, while the tough lines create a perfect and balanced visual effect. Viewed from above, it can be seen that both sides of the three bridge plywood are slightly oval, as are the hollow hands. The three bridge plywood is fixed on two vertical axes connected to the bottom plate to form a slope. The bottom plate is anthracite-colored ruthenium-plated and then sandblasted, and its gray appearance contrasts with the black bridge plate.

The watch is equipped with a redesigned GP09400-0001 movement. Its size is larger than before. It uses a symmetrical design. The wheel train is arranged neatly. The tourbillon frame is set at 6 o’clock and the micro pendulum is installed below the barrel Tuo. The tourbillon frame follows Girard-Perregaux’s original lyre shape design and is made of titanium. Equipped with high-end watch decoration effects such as grooves and chamfered edges. This tourbillon contains 80 parts, but its total weight is only 0.25 grams.