We first notice the fantastic case of this Girard-Perregaux. Typical of the 1970s, it offers a polished curved bezel and brushed sides. The dial is divine, reminiscent of the Omega Dynamics of the time, with its brushed blue center echoing that of the indexes, and its day date display.
Inside, we find the dependable Girard-Perregaux Gyromatic movement. A movement in which the transmission of energy from the rotor is done by means of a special “freewheel” clutch, with better winding efficiency for the lazier ones among us.
Its original Girard-Perregaux bracelet is an added bonus.