For the first time the new Traveller Large Date, Moon Phases & GMT watch features a transparent dial. Available in either stainless steel or an elegant pink gold version, the new Traveller model displays both a strong character. The watch, which is of great technical efficiency, houses an automatic mechanical movement manufactured in-house by Girard-Perregaux. It features large date, second time zone, moon phase and small second functions. The three watch complications are housed in a 44mm case.

For the first time in the Traveller collection, the metallic gray sapphire dial subtly reveals its display at 12 o’clock, in the form of the large date mechanism. This mechanism is a Girard-Perregaux patent made up of two superimposed disks incorporated into the GP03300 automatic caliber. The juxtaposition of the disks, one of which has pieces made of transparent folanorm with a thickness of only 0.10 mm, ensures a perfect display in which there is no visible separation between the two disks.


The moon phase indication is perfectly represented by an impressive metallic treatment. A further subtle detail of this model is that the moon phase indication is directly attached to the barrel, thereby allowing for a high degree of accuracy. Adjusted by a corrector button situated at 8 o’clock, it is surrounded by a circular satin-brushed ring and features a small second hand at its center. Careful observers will note that the Milky Way conceals the brand’s logo with one of its stars.


Water-resistant at up to 100 metres, the automatic manufacture caliber is visible through the transparent case-back, the movement has a 46-hour power reserve.The Traveller Large Date Moon Phases & GMT watch hasbeen made as comfortable as possible for the wearer, from the curve of the case band to the alignment of the screwed-down crown. Fitted with ample lugs, the watch is available with an alligator skin strap with a folding clasp.

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