It is an understatement to say that a major influx of black with sharp strokes of red and white signify mystery and stealth, the exact theme of ww.tc Dark Night, Girard-Perregaux’s latest release.
This “dark” version of the iconic Girard-Perregaux world-timer was recently launched at the 2012 JCK Las Vegas Show, touted the finest trade show in the jewelry department.
ww.tc Dark Night boasts a 43 mm black ceramic case with rubber coated crowns and push-buttons. It is worth noting that ceramic is the most durable material in the art of watchmaking, yet is light and therefore very much wearable. The shady aura evoked by the timepiece is graced with hints of red and white on the dial. It has a tinted sapphire case-back concealing the movement. An internal titanium container furthers the authority of this manufacture.
Apart from stunning external features, this sporty watch is also a champion of the brand’s mechanism. This model is uniquely designed with Girard-Perregaux GP03387 self-winding movement, which displays the time in twenty-four time zones with day and night indicator, date and fly-back chronograph.
Dark Night, of the ww.tc collection, is a limited edition of 25 pieces only available in the US. Come now, the dark side awaits.