The 1966 41 MM is a model that following the design spirit of the watches of the 1960s and a tribute to Girard-Perregaux’s technical advances in the field of chronometry, crowned by the Neuchâtel Observatory Centenary Prize.
Well-balanced design, slightly curved dial to align with the shape of the case, “Automatic” inscription reminiscent of the Girard-Perregaux historical timepieces, polished, leaf-shaped, domed hands for perfect readability, straight, polished, “baton-type” applied hour-markers.
|Movement:||Self-winding mechanical movement, Calibre: GP01800-0004|
|Functions:||Hours, minutes, centre seconds, date|
|Case Diameter:||Ø 41mm|
|Water resistance:||30 meters|