Laureato 42 mm Green Ceramic Aston Martin

Reference# 81010-32-3081-1CX
Manufacturer's retail price: $25,800
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  • Details
  • Description
  • Limited Edition: 388 pieces
  • Case: green ceramic, polished and satin finished
  • Size: 42 mm x 11.08 mm
  • Movement: self-winding mechanical movement, Calibre GP01800
  • Function: hours, minutes, central seconds, date
  • Power Reserve: approximately 54 hours
  • Water Resistance: 100 m
  • Dial: sunray green with cross-hatching, 'baton' type rhodium-plated luminescent indexes
  • Caseback: sapphire crystal
  • Hands: skeletonized 'baton' type luminescent hour and minute, central second hand
  • Strap/Bracelet: green ceramic, polished and satin finished

Girard-Perregaux is pleased to unveil the Laureato Green Ceramic Aston Martin Edition, the first time a Laureato has featured a green ceramic case and bracelet. This is the latest collaboration between the Swiss Maison and the British marque, two companies that have designed products that have stood the test of time.

The new Laureato Green Ceramic Aston Martin Edition employs ultra-modern ceramic for the bracelet and case. This lightweight material comprises zirconium oxide and metallic oxides (the latter imbues the material with its distinctive green hue). The green ceramic components are particularly hard, up to seven times harder than steel, delivering incredible scratch resistance, a quality that will ensure the watch retains its showroom-fresh appearance for years to come. Another attribute of the green ceramic components is that they will never age or fade with the passage of time. Furthermore, ceramic is unaffected by changes in ambient temperature, it’s light, hypoallergenic and proves remarkably smooth, all factors that deliver extraordinary wearer comfort.

Sleek, contemporary and notably elegant, the design of the Laureato Green Ceramic Aston Martin Edition encompasses some elements inspired by Aston Martin cars. Powerful engines, sleek contours and lightweight construction are virtues synonymous with the British firm’s products. It is this latter trait which encouraged Girard-Perregaux to equip this new model with skeletonised ‘baton’ type hour and minute hands, both light and functional. The watch dial is presented in a cross-hatch design, a diamond-like pattern found on the ‘AM’ logo (1921-1926) as well as the quilted seats found in some of the car marque’s high-performance vehicles.

Limited to 388 pieces