Girard-Perregaux to Drop a Stealthy Laureato Absolute Chronograph 8Tech

Continuing to expand on its Laureato Absolute collection, Girard-Perregaux has now revealed the Laureato Absolute 8Tech watch, the latest addition to its lineup.

The 44mm angular tonneau-shaped case is crafted from carbon and titanium composite, with each piece boasting its own unique striations and patterns. Accompanying the case is a matching octagonal bezel that perfectly frames the fumé dial. Adorning the dial are three sandblasted sub-counters, arrow-tipped indices, and a lume-filled baton-shaped handset that’s treated in a gray PVD.

Running inside the chronograph is the in-house GP03300-1058 movement, a self-winding mechanical caliber comprised of 419 components and 63 jewels. It’s capable of running 46 hours when fully wound as well as withstanding 100 meters underwater. Completing the timepiece is a textile-like black rubber strap, which comes with gray-tone stitching to complement the watch’s overall color scheme.

Priced at $27,300 USD, the Laureato Absolute Chronograph 8Tech will be available in October via Girard-Perregaux and its authorized retailers.

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