SIHH 2019: Girard-Perregaux - Bridges Cosmos

SIHH 2019: Girard-Perregaux – Bridges Cosmos

Combining a tourbillon with sky graph and world time complications, the Girard-Perregaux Bridges Cosmos is the most recent Haute Horlogerie watch of the brand, introduced every so often of the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie 2019.

The elements of the watch are organized evenly along its level and vertical tomahawks: counterbalance hours and minutes show up at 12 o’clock, while the tourbillon turns underneath an enormous black titanium connect at 6 o’clock. At 3 o’clock, an earthbound globe fills in as a day/night pointer, while, at 9 o’clock, a sky diagram laser-engraved on a blue-colored titanium globe pivots like clockwork, 58 minutes and 4 seconds, the specific length of a sidereal day.

This heavenly globe shows the group of stars of the zodiac that is undetectable around early afternoon on the dial side and the one that is obvious at 12 PM on the caseback side.

The earthly globe at 3 o’clock gives two signs: it permits the wearer to know whether the neighborhood time region is in sunlight or plunged in darkness while a 24-hour scale close to its equator gives a GMT perusing.

The 48 mm case is made from beadblasted titanium with a bended sapphire gem glassbox to secure the dial.

The watch doesn’t include a crown. Indeed, the time and different signs can be physically changed on the back side utilizing four bars separately committed to winding, time-setting, change of the eminent globe and that of the earthbound globe.

Comprised of 362 components, including 52 gems, the new hand-wound Manufacture Caliber GP09320-1098 beats inside at a recurrence of 21,600 vph (3 Hz) with a force save of 60 hours.

The cost of the Girard-Perregaux Bridges Cosmos Ref. 99292-21-651-BA6F is Swiss Francs 345,000.

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