Introduction To Girard Perregaux Orange Minute Hands

Girard Perregaux’s professional diving watches have been named Sea Hawk since its birth in the 1940s. Beginning in the 1960s and 1970s, the Sea Hawk series gradually became a diving watch series. It was not until 2002 that the design features of the Sea Hawk series were formally finalized. The watch is known for its large case size and original shoulder crown design at 4 o’clock. Currently, the Sea Hawk 1000M series has added orange pointer models.

 Set against a matte black dial, the bright orange minute, second and power reserve displays add dynamics and make it easier to read in dark environments. The diameter of the steel case is 44mm, with the unidirectional rotating steel bezel, screw-in crown, and helium exhaust valve with decompression function, highlighting the temperament of professional diving watches.

 The screw-in case back is decorated with carved dolphins, anchors, and tridents, which echoes the technical patent characteristics obtained by the watch factory at the end of the 19th century, and the case back at that time will be engraved with ‘Do nothing without advice’. The watch is equipped with a rubber strap and a folding safety clasp. The length adjustment system is easy to use. It can be matched with the temperature difference or the thickness of the wetsuit to ensure that it is securely worn.