Starting the 1st of October, the Girard-Perregaux 1966 Perpetual Calendar is yours for 39000 euro in pink gold, and 40500 euro in white gold - each limited to 99 pieces. As one of the top ten watches in the world, this is an haute horlogerie item. It is equipped with the GP033Q0 automatic movement, and has a power reserve of at least 48 hours. Functions include hour and minute displays, perpetual calendar and moon phase indicator. What else can you ask for, when the 1966 Perpetual Calendar is even water-resistant up to 100 feet?
Other limited editions by Girard-Perregaux this year include the 1966 Small Second (199 pieces), the 1966 Full Calendar (199 pieces in palladium, and 100 pieces in platinum), the WW.TC Titanium-DLC "Italia" Chronograph (only 50 pieces), the Laureato GP Quartz 40th Anniversary (40 pieces in steel), the iconic Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges (50 pieces in pink gold), the Vintage 1945 with Three Gold Bridges (also 50 pieces in pink gold), the Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges, Perpetual Calendar and Chronograph (only 33 pieces in pink gold), and finally the Bi-axial Tourbillon (also 33 pieces in pink gold).