Girard-Perregaux Planetarium Tri-axial | Showcase, News & Review
Being into watches there are always models that are far out of reach for your budget.
Watches that are created for the happy few so to say. But with all their beauty and craftsmanship they are worth being shown to the world.
Wether you are one of the few that can afford it or just appreciate the beauty of these high-end watches.
So without going too deep into these watches we do like to share them with you, hence the Showcase Sunday. Today we show you the Girard-Perregaux Planetarium Tri-axial.
Girard-Perregaux Planetarium Tri-axial
The Planetarium Tri-axial is one of the very few triple-axis Tourbillon in the watch industry. It defies gravity with the spectacular high speed 3D rotation of its Tourbillon, but also with its terrestrial globe making a rotation in 24 hours, offering an intuitive view of the time all over the world. Its impressive case design incorporates two sapphires domes and a side opening allwoing to admire the tourbillon from all angles.
Diverse components and finishes of the movement refer to Girard-Perregaux’s DNA: the gold-arrow shaped and half arrow-shaped Bridges on the back of the movement that hold the finissage geartrain; the lyre shape of the Tourbillon cage, recognized throughout the watchmaking world as one of the signature of the Brand since the 1880s; the engraved eagle on the back, symbol of the Manufacture used since 1867.
Visit the official Girard-Perregaux website here.