Laureato Chronograph

81020-11-131-11A

Brand  : Girard-Perregaux
Collection  : Laureato
Model  : Laureato Chronograph
Reference  : 81020-11-131-11A
Complement : Steel - Black and Silver Dial - Steel Bracelet
On sale : 2018

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  • Brand  : Girard-Perregaux
    Collection  : Laureato
    Model  : Laureato Chronograph
    Reference  : 81020-11-131-11A
    Complement : Steel - Black and Silver Dial - Steel Bracelet
    On sale : 2018
    List Price : On request
    Diameter : 42 mm
    Thickness : 11.90 mm
    Styles : Sporty
    Types : Self-winding
    Calibre : GP03300-0134/0136/0137
    Complication : Chronograph
    Small Seconds
    12-Hour Counter
    Date
    30-Minute Counter
    Case material : Stainless steel
    Shape : Octagonal
    Water-resistance : 100 meters
    Dial : Clou de Paris
    Dial color : Black
    Silver
    Display : Luminescent hands
    Baton-type hand
    Indexes : Baton-type
    Luminescent
    Glass : Sapphire
    Antireflective coating
    Strap material : Steel
    Strap clasp : Triple folding buckle
    + More characteristics :
    Movement
    Reference: GP03300-0134/0136/0137, mechanical with automatic winding
    Diameter: 25.95 mm (11 1/2’’’)
    Frequency: 28,800 Vib/h – (4 Hz)
    Number of components: 435
    Jewels: 63
    Power reserve: min. 46 hours
    Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, date, chronograph

    Case
    904L steel

    Dial
    Hands: ’bâton’ type with luminescent material

    Buckle: triple folding, steel

DESCRIPTION

  • Girard-Perregaux launches
    The Laureato Chronograph

    Two years after its return to the Girard-Perregaux collections, the Laureato is writing a new chapter in its history with the introduction of an enriched range of chronographs. In this natural and eagerly awaited extension of an eminently sporting chic collection, the Laureato once again demonstrates the strength and relevance of the design of this iconic watch, born in 1975. This timepiece is designed for comfortable and natural daily use. Entirely clad in steel or pink gold, available with a 42 or 38 mm case and interpreted in three dial colours, the Laureato Chronograph is an exceptionally versatile watch. Equally at ease in smart or informal attire, it is capable of adapting to every daily circumstance encountered by an elegant man of excellent taste.

    Girard-Perregaux has fitted this emblematic case with its self-winding chronograph movement, driving 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.

    Essence and presence

    The Laureato Chronograph is endowed with the powerful identity of all Laureato models. This personality all its own is based on a genetic code that has been driving evolutions in its aesthetic details for the past 43 years, while never distorting its essence.
    The Laureato is defined by a polished octagonal bezel fitted on an integrated case, meaning 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. The interplay of polished and satin-brushed surfaces creates heightened visual interest and enlivens the watch. When worn, this bracelet reveals the most important quality of all: an exceptionally soft, supple feel. It makes the Laureato perfectly comfortable on any wrist.

    By definition, the Laureato is adorned with a dial bearing the “Clou de Paris” hobnail motif, a set of small raised pyramids occupying the watch face and catching the light. But above and beyond such elements, the Laureato is above all a state of mind. Sporty because of its sturdiness, chic because of its meticulous details, it is designed as much for grand occasions as for relaxed daily wear. This versatility stems from intense reflection on the principles of ergonomics, volume and style, giving rise to a broad array of chronograph versions.

    Variations

    Versatility represents a major design accomplishment. A watch capable of welcoming every complication, of fitting every wrist, is the result of a successful design. The Laureato thus adjusts to the demanding layout of the various subdials and pushers characterising the Laureato Chronograph. The exterior of the Laureato case has evolved to incorporate a crown guard (shoulder), a curve naturally imposed by the pushers themselves. The latter are octagon-shaped like the bezel, creating protuberances that the Laureato Chronograph incorporates with natural ease. The dial, adorned as ever with the “Clou de Paris” hobnail pattern, comes in a choice of silver-toned, black or deep blue versions. The two counters and small seconds subdial all feature a snailed finish that ensures they stand clearly against the background. They bear simple and slender hands facilitating reading without overloading the dial.

    Adaptability

    In each of its two sizes, the Laureato Chronograph comes in a choice of two complementary materials. 904L steel is distinguished by its high chromium content. While particularly hard to machine, this metal is endowed with superior corrosion resistance and exceptional radiance after polishing, as well as after the satin-brushing running along the case and bracelet. When clothed in 18K pink gold, the Laureato Chronograph proves its ability to be precious while losing none of its natural charm. Intended for men of sure taste with a keen interest in culture, fashion and aesthetics, the Laureato Chronograph aims to ensure impeccable daily comfort, whatever its owner’s morphology. It is a logical extension of the quest for ergonomics that governed the creation of the Laureato, and which is duly honoured by the Laureato Chronograph. This flexibility represents a certain form of elegance, a tangible manifestation of its stature as an authentic watchmaking icon.

  • Girard-Perregaux launches
    The Laureato Chronograph

    Two years after its return to the Girard-Perregaux collections, the Laureato is writing a new chapter in its history with the introduction of an enriched range of chronographs. In this natural and eagerly awaited extension of an eminently sporting chic collection, the Laureato once again demonstrates the strength and relevance of the design of this iconic watch, born in 1975. This timepiece is designed for comfortable and natural daily use. Entirely clad in steel or pink gold, available with a 42 or 38 mm case and interpreted in three dial colours, the Laureato Chronograph is an exceptionally versatile watch. Equally at ease in smart or informal attire, it is capable of adapting to every daily circumstance encountered by an elegant man of excellent taste.

    Girard-Perregaux has fitted this emblematic case with its self-winding chronograph movement, driving 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.

    Essence and presence

    The Laureato Chronograph is endowed with the powerful identity of all Laureato models. This personality all its own is based on a genetic code that has been driving evolutions in its aesthetic details for the past 43 years, while never distorting its essence.
    The Laureato is defined by a polished octagonal bezel fitted on an integrated case, meaning 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. The interplay of polished and satin-brushed surfaces creates heightened visual interest and enlivens the watch. When worn, this bracelet reveals the most important quality of all: an exceptionally soft, supple feel. It makes the Laureato perfectly comfortable on any wrist.

    By definition, the Laureato is adorned with a dial bearing the “Clou de Paris” hobnail motif, a set of small raised pyramids occupying the watch face and catching the light. But above and beyond such elements, the Laureato is above all a state of mind. Sporty because of its sturdiness, chic because of its meticulous details, it is designed as much for grand occasions as for relaxed daily wear. This versatility stems from intense reflection on the principles of ergonomics, volume and style, giving rise to a broad array of chronograph versions.

    Variations

    Versatility represents a major design accomplishment. A watch capable of welcoming every complication, of fitting every wrist, is the result of a successful design. The Laureato thus adjusts to the demanding layout of the various subdials and pushers characterising the Laureato Chronograph. The exterior of the Laureato case has evolved to incorporate a crown guard (shoulder), a curve naturally imposed by the pushers themselves. The latter are octagon-shaped like the bezel, creating protuberances that the Laureato Chronograph incorporates with natural ease. The dial, adorned as ever with the “Clou de Paris” hobnail pattern, comes in a choice of silver-toned, black or deep blue versions. The two counters and small seconds subdial all feature a snailed finish that ensures they stand clearly against the background. They bear simple and slender hands facilitating reading without overloading the dial.

    Adaptability

    In each of its two sizes, the Laureato Chronograph comes in a choice of two complementary materials. 904L steel is distinguished by its high chromium content. While particularly hard to machine, this metal is endowed with superior corrosion resistance and exceptional radiance after polishing, as well as after the satin-brushing running along the case and bracelet. When clothed in 18K pink gold, the Laureato Chronograph proves its ability to be precious while losing none of its natural charm. Intended for men of sure taste with a keen interest in culture, fashion and aesthetics, the Laureato Chronograph aims to ensure impeccable daily comfort, whatever its owner’s morphology. It is a logical extension of the quest for ergonomics that governed the creation of the Laureato, and which is duly honoured by the Laureato Chronograph. This flexibility represents a certain form of elegance, a tangible manifestation of its stature as an authentic watchmaking icon.

  • Brand  : Girard-Perregaux
    Collection  : Laureato
    Model  : Laureato Chronograph
    Reference  : 81020-11-131-11A
    Complement : Steel - Black and Silver Dial - Steel Bracelet
    On sale : 2018
    List Price : On request
    Diameter : 42 mm
    Thickness : 11.90 mm
    Styles : Sporty
    Types : Self-winding
    Calibre : GP03300-0134/0136/0137
    Complication : Chronograph
    Small Seconds
    12-Hour Counter
    Date
    30-Minute Counter
    Case material : Stainless steel
    Shape : Octagonal
    Water-resistance : 100 meters
    Dial : Clou de Paris
    Dial color : Black
    Silver
    Display : Luminescent hands
    Baton-type hand
    Indexes : Baton-type
    Luminescent
    Glass : Sapphire
    Antireflective coating
    Strap material : Steel
    Strap clasp : Triple folding buckle
    More characteristics :
    Movement
    Reference: GP03300-0134/0136/0137, mechanical with automatic winding
    Diameter: 25.95 mm (11 1/2’’’)
    Frequency: 28,800 Vib/h – (4 Hz)
    Number of components: 435
    Jewels: 63
    Power reserve: min. 46 hours
    Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, date, chronograph

    Case
    904L steel

    Dial
    Hands: ’bâton’ type with luminescent material

    Buckle: triple folding, steel