I usually don’t like expensive divers like this Girard-Perregaux Sea Hawk Pro but something about the face has really drawn me in. I find the indicators and hands to be surprisingly bold and readable while the goofy power reserve is just silly enough to move over to the side of respectable.
The orange hand gives it a certain shark hunter quality while the huge bezel and probably huge price tag offers a bit of luxury to what is essentially a tool watch. This was just announced so there is no release date or price, but rest assured none of us will be able to afford it.
Diameter: 44 mm
Helium decompression valve
Case-back and crown: screwed
Water resistance: 100 ATM
Girard-Perregaux Movement GP033R0
mechanical with automatic winding
Calibre: 11 ½’’’
Frequency: 28,800 vibrations/hour (4 Hz)
Power reserve: minimum 46 hours
Functions: hour, minute, small second, power reserve indicator, date
Safety folding clasp with extension system
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