Short for World Wide Time Control, the ww.tc
worldtimer makes its debut in Girard-Perregaux's most urbane collection.
Dressed in the elegant lines of the 1966, this is the must-have complication
for busy travellers - when an ordinary day involves switching time zones at
least once - for the simultaneous display of the time in 24 cities. For easy
read-off, the rotating 24-hour disc is divided into two half-circles, one white
with a crown to position the reference city at 12 o'Clock, and a second crown
to adjust the hours and minutes that are synchronised with the 24-hour disc. A
stylish and useful complication for all those who spend their lives between
planes, between cities, and between time zones.