The Laureato collection, born to Girard-Perregaux in 1975 and re-launched two years ago, now sees a new chapter with the introduction of a range of chronographs.
Designed for comfortable and natural daily use, entirely clad in steel or pink gold, available with a 42mm or 38mm case and interpreted in three dial colours, the Laureato Chronograph is an exceptionally versatile watch.
The Laureato is defined by a polished octagonal bezel fitted on an integrated case, with no lugs or loops, as well as by its metal bracelet forming a natural extension of the case and representing an original design element in its own right.
This metal bracelet is distinguished by wide satin-brushed H-shaped links as well as domed and polished interlink elements.
Inside, a self-winding chronograph movement drives two counter and small seconds as well as a date display. As well as guaranteeing impeccably accurate timekeeping, it is distinguished by its comfortable power reserve and the particularly smooth activation of its pushers. Its horological qualities are complemented by exemplary finishing including “Côtes de Genève”, chamfering and straight graining, all stemming from the multiple skills cultivated within the Manufacture Girard-Perregaux.
Its dial bears the adornment of the “Clou de Paris” hobnail motif, a set of small raised pyramids occupying the watch face and catching the light.
In the versions with a 42mm case, the hour-markers are secured to the minute circle and the caseback is fitted with a transparent sapphire crystal, while the 38mm version features hour-markers separate from the minute circle and a solid caseback.
In each of its two sizes, the Laureato Chronograph comes in a choice of two complementary materials: 904L steel or 18K pink gold.
Intended daily use with impeccable comfort, the Laureato Chronograph aims to suit its owner's lifestyle.