The history of the WW.TC (which stands for World Wide Time Control) starts back in 2000 when the Swiss manufacturer Girard-Perregaux had launched the series. As time went by, we have seen a load of variations of the WW.TC, one better than its predecessor. The latest version in the series was recently announced by the fabled maker of timepieces.
It boasts with red key elements, black sub dials and a silvery main dial, all of them contrasting quite beautifully. The main aspect of this timepiece is the fact that it simultaneously displays the times of all 24 times zones around the world aided by the white and black dial. It also displays small seconds, the date, has a day and night indicator, and a chronograph function.
The case, tied to an alligator skin strap and folding steel clasp, is crafted from stainless steel, measures 43 millimeters in diameter and houses a Manufacture GPo33Co movement, which brings together a world time indicator and a chronograph. Backed up by a 46 hour power reserve and 30 meter water resistance, the 13 inch automatic caliber is a true feat of engineering.
The brand new WW.TC Chronograph signed Girard-Perregaux is available for purchase at $16,800.