Taking advantage of the timeless qualities and elegance of green, as well as the symbolism of the green hue, Grirard-Perregaux is delighted to introduce a new addition to the Laureato collection.cheap replica watches
Green - a timeless classic Green dials have been all the rage for the past 18 months, and joined by the ubiquitous blue dial, it's a must-have for any serious watch collector. The verdant shade has a broad connection to nature, and it is the dominant color in many landscapes. Turquoise is associated with harmony, health, hope and prosperity. In fact, this alluring shade means a lot to a lot of people and imparts a lasting charm. Green is not a fleeting fad, but a timeless classic.
Likewise, the Girard-Perregaux Laureato, launched in 1975, remains timeless and continues to engage with watch lovers and devotees of successful design. With its steel strap and one-piece bracelet, the Laureato is synonymous with versatility and fits all roles, whether sporty, casual or formal.
Now, Girard-Perregaux has combined the Laureato with a new, unique green dial. This shade is paired with the Paris studded dial pattern, which transitions from one shade to another depending on the available light, accentuating the richness of the dial’s colour. The texture of the dial invites the wearer to touch its intricately woven surface, only to thwart curious fingers with a single sapphire crystal. Today, green has a special importance in society, but it has been used for generations and its permanence will be familiar to those who appreciate perennial style. cheap watches for sale
While most of the aesthetic elements will be familiar to longtime admirers of Laureato and honor the original 1975 model, one detail is undeniably new. For the first time on the three-hand Laureato, this new model juxtaposes the black flange with the color of the main dial (green in this case). It may vary, but the concept of lasting style remains undiminished.
new member of the family Featuring a stainless steel case, the new Laureato 42mm Green watch continues Laureato's tradition of juxtaposing polished and satin-finished surfaces. At just 10.68mm tall, this model slips easily into a shirt cuff. The matching stainless steel bracelet has been optimised to provide a comfortable way to combine the watch with the wearer.
The baton hands and hour-markers are made of black PVD with a luminous material that glows white in dim light. The central sweep seconds hand is rhodium-plated to contrast with the dial surface. All elements of the dial are framed by Laureato’s octagonal bezel, a shape familiar to many Girard-Perregaux aficionados.discount replica watches
Synonymous with haute horlogerie, it is no surprise that the self-winding Calibre GP01800 is equipped with numerous fine details. The main plate is decorated with circular graining, while some components are beveled, mirror polished, satin, snailed, sunray and various engravings. The bridge features straight Cotes de Geneve and the rhodium-plated oscillating weight features circular Cotes de Geneve. Finally, the movement has a power reserve of at least 54 hours.
Since its launch in 1975, Laureato has maintained its timeless look. The new Laureato 81010 Green continues this quality while showing the timeless appeal of green. It is now a permanent member of the Laureato collection, joining the brand's other timeless black, blue and silver dials.
Laureato, a design class In terms of design, the 1970s were extraordinary. Creativity infuses objects with timeless aesthetics and remarkable functionality. This design prowess is reflected in the styling of several highly original watches, an era that continues to be recognized for its visionary approach to design. In fact, during this era, several famous brands released steel straps and one-piece bracelets. However, despite being in the works for many years, only a few designs from this period have retained their appeal.
From the outset, Laureato's designs have combined many different shapes to create a unique yet cohesive look. Each Laureato contains an octagonal bezel that rests on a circular base, which in turn sits above an angular tonneau-shaped case. But despite its geometric, clean lines, the Laureato's case also has a gentle character, reminiscent of water-shaped pebbles, without roughness. Throughout the piece, there is a subtle interplay between polished and satin-finished surfaces. Both finishes are clearly defined and separated from each other, optimizing the effect. Finally, the exterior features an integrated bracelet that ergonomically hugs the wearer's wrist for a comfortable fit. It was this combination of contrasting forms that led to Laureato'replica watches for sale
When launched in 1975, the first wristwatch was called the "Quartz Chronograph". In Italy, however, the model soon became known among connoisseurs as a "Graduate of Girard-Perregaux (Laureato in Italian)." This soulful name is a nod to the model's award-winning success and extraordinary precision. Eventually, the brand adopted the name. Coincidentally, the octagonal bezel sits on top of the case, like a laurel crown worn on the winner's head.
The Laureato's design has changed subtly over the years, but has always retained the essence of the original 1975 model. In 2017, Girard-Perregaux released the fifth-generation Laureato, a design that has been adopted by the new Laureato 81010 Green.
There are some iconic buildings, cars and furniture produced in the 1970s that will always be timeless examples of successful design. The in-house designed Laureato can be considered an important member of this exclusive club.high quality replica watches
Swiss technology Innovation has been at the heart of the Girard-Perregaux culture since its founding in 1791. In the 1970s, the Swiss brand was at the forefront of quartz timekeeping technology that promised unprecedented precision. In fact, the frequency of 32,768 Hz was set by the brand and subsequently adopted as the universal standard for quartz watches.
It was perhaps inevitable that the first Laureato watch in 1975 was equipped with a COSC-certified in-house quartz movement, the Calibre 705. During this period, most traditional Swiss watchmaking was in decline and ill-prepared for the move to battery-powered timepieces.
Quartz watches remain attractive to many customers, however, Girard-Perregaux has also been producing in-house mechanical movements for over 230 years, something that few other watch brands can do. In 1995, as the revival of mechanical watchmaking began, Girard-Perregaux released the Laureato 8010 with its own self-winding movement. Today, the Laureato 34mm is equipped with a quartz movement, while the 38mm, 42mm and 44mm models all feature an in-house mechanical movement. https://www.cheapestwrist.co