Watch to Watch for: Girard Perregaux Tourbillon With Three Gold Bridges

Girard Perregaux- “Mechanics of Time Since 1971”. Girard Perregaux is one of the few authentic Swiss watch manufactures. The watchmakers at GP design, create, develop, and produce both the external components of a watch, and its “heart”, the movement. GP has always been proud of its heritage, producing top of the line products for over two centuries. The GP Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges is just the latest example of sucess GP has making watches. Shown off to excellent effect by a round case carved out of pink gold, its characteristic design symbolizes supreme harmony between art and technique. It is thus the perfect embodiment of an exceptional Haute Horlogerie timepiece.

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Watch to Watch for: Cyrus Klepcys Mars Watch

Geneva-based Cyrus Watches has introduced the new Klepcys “Mars” watch, featuring the “Face on Mars” on the dial as well as a miniature replica of the entire planet. It seems that having the planet replica on the watch was not enough for the watchmakers at Cyrus, so they decided to make the “Red Planet” on the watch rotate at its real-world sideral speed of 24 hours, 37 minutes and 22 seconds (time that it takes the planet to rotate once on its axis).

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Watch to Watch for: The Parmigiani Bugatti Vitesse

Parmigiani and Bugatti have been partners since 2001, a superior alliance. Parmigiani Fleurier is a Swiss brand of luxury watchmakers founded in 1976 in Fleurier, Switzerland by Michel Parmigiani. In 2006 Parmigiani produced the Bugatti 370, a driving watch based on the Bugatti Veyron. So as you can see, it wasn’t unlikely that Parmigiani would decide to take some of its creative inspiration from this years Veyron Super Sport Vitesse. An enviable vision of engineering and beauty meshed into a super car.

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