Dance Of The Universe: Girard Perregaux Planetarium Tri-axial Tourbillon Watch Planetarium Tri-axial

The prestigious Girard-Perregaux (GP, Girard Perregaux) high-speed three-axis tourbillon has ushered in two attractive and sophisticated parts, which are carefully drawn with miniature painting technology: display day / night Rotating globe and precise moon phase display. This watch inherits the representative technology and aesthetics of GP Girard-Perregaux watches, presenting its complex structure in the iconic classic design.

   For more than 150 years, Girard-Perregaux has been dedicated to challenging gravity, and today it has once again demonstrated its ability to control high-precision movements. This three-dimensional ‘horoscope’ watch combines a three-axis tourbillon, a sphere that rotates for 24 hours and a astronomical moon phase. It cleverly combines professional watchmaking technology, iconic design and traditional craftsmanship, drawing on the essence of Girard Perregaux’s DNA: an arrow-shaped golden bridge, a lyre-shaped tourbillon frame, and a sapphire arch lens. The side holes allow light to fully penetrate This extraordinary and delicate mechanism.

Girard Perregaux Planetarium Tri-Axial tourbillon watch with rose gold case, diameter 48 mm, thickness 18.66 mm (including convex lens 21.52 mm), hour, minute, moon phase and day / night display, three Axis Tourbillon (the frame completes a full revolution every two minutes), GP09310-0001 hand-wound movement, power reserve of more than 70 hours, sapphire crystal glass, two convex lenses at the position of the tourbillon and globe, waterproof 30 meters , Alligator strap with rose gold tri-fold buckle.
Stellar trio
   The delicate device of the tourbillon can offset the influence of gravity on the watch. Girard-Perregaux watches are the leading manufacturers of tourbillons. In addition to the wonderful interpretations of the previous two-axis tourbillon, a more-developed 2014 A sophisticated and sophisticated version-a three-axis tourbillon. As the name suggests, this high-speed tourbillon is equipped with a speed-regulating mechanism that acts on three rotating axes. This movement is lightweight and weighs only 1.24 grams. It consists of 140 parts. Its inner frame adopts GP Girard Perregaux’s iconic lyre shape since 1880. It rotates once a minute and perfectly fits the second frame that rotates around the second axis and rotates every 30 seconds. Finally, the two are integrated into a third frame that rotates in two minutes. The three-axis rotation rotates like a dreamlike dance performance, only to present the most accurate timing.

Girard Perregaux Planetarium Tri-Axial tourbillon watch is equipped with a light weight triaxial tourbillon, weighing only 1.24 grams and composed of 140 parts. Its inner frame adopts GP Girard Perregaux’s iconic lyre shape since 1880. It rotates once a minute and perfectly fits the second frame that rotates around the second axis and rotates every 30 seconds. Finally, the two are integrated into a third frame that rotates in two minutes.
Nine days on the moon
   Two astronomical instruments also joined the dance. A globe with a 24-hour rotation reads the time around the world instantly. The arrow indicator at the bottom of the 13mm-diameter aluminum sphere points to 12 noon, which is used to display day and night. The front of the dial shows where it is during the day and the back shows where it is at night. The globe is drawn by hand using miniature painting techniques. The map shows the world in 1791, which is the year when the brand was established. The moon phase disk, which is also drawn in miniature, shows the moon phase map when the telescope was invented in the 17th century. It intersects with the rotating blue globe and reproduces the moon in our eyes. With a high-precision mechanism, this astronomical moon phase indicator only needs to be calibrated once every 122 years and can be adjusted by a dedicated corrector at 2 o’clock.

Girard Perregaux’s three-axis tourbillon watch is equipped with a globe that rotates once every 24 hours to read the time around the world in real time. The arrow indicator at the bottom of the 13mm-diameter aluminum sphere points to 12 noon, which is used to display day and night. The front of the dial shows where it is during the day and the back shows where it is at night. The globe is drawn by hand using miniature painting techniques. The map shows the world in 1791, which is the year when the brand was established.

The Girard-Perregaux planetarium three-axis tourbillon watch is also drawn with micro-drawing technology. It shows the moon phase diagram when the telescope was invented in the 17th century. It intersects with the rotating blue globe and reproduces the moon in our eyes.
Fantastic dial
   GP Girard Perregaux gives all of its watchmaking qualities to this 48-mm-diameter rose gold case: an atmospheric curved case, beveled bezels, and arched lugs. This watch is water-resistant to 30 meters, and the sapphire crystal cover includes two convex lenses, which provides ample space for the rotation of the three-axis tourbillon and the globe. Light enters through the transparent case back and side holes, and the wearer can intuitively appreciate its complex structure. The manual-winding movement GP09310-0001 guarantees a power reserve of 70 hours. A ‘horoscope’ equipped with a three-axis tourbillon is responsible for displaying the hours, minutes, moon phases and day / night. These functions are displayed on the silver guilloché dial. The pattern in the dial outlines the earth’s meridians. It is decorated with rose gold digits and hour markers. The princess-style indicator rotates rhythmically. Through the transparent case-back structure, the movement is clearly visible. It has been carefully hand-finished and decorated with GP Girard-Perregaux’s signature characteristics: the arrow-shaped bridge, and the engraved eagle pattern with the brand’s logo. The back chassis is sandblasted and black PVD treated, highlighting the ‘night’ side of the day / night display, in contrast to the silver guilloché dial. This planetarium three-axis tourbillon watch comes with a black alligator strap and a rose gold triple-fold buckle.

The hour, minute, moon phase and day / night display of the Planetarium Tri-Axial tourbillon watch are presented on a silver guilloché dial. The pattern in the dial outlines the earth’s meridian, and the digital The time scale is dotted, and the princess-style indicator rotates rhythmically.

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