The Ultimate Christmas Gift: Girard Perregaux £ 500,000 Luxury Watch

It’s Christmas, and you still can’t figure out what kind of gift to give to that particular man? Don’t worry. A Swiss-made men’s watch is the ultimate Christmas gift for men-as long as you have a budget of £ 500,000. This Girard-Perregaux watch with a very low output has a dark brown crocodile leather strap with an 18K gold case.
     This luxury watch is crafted in 18K pink gold with 37 precious stones set on a dark brown alligator leather strap. This very small Girard-Perregaux Opera Two watch can be called a model of fine watchmaking. The delicate structure inside the movement can be seen through the ivory dial. The movement uses a tourbillon to counteract the effects of gravity and is loaded with a perpetual calendar that does not require manual adjustment of the leap year.
The movement uses a tourbillon to counteract the effect of gravity and is equipped with a perpetual calendar that does not require manual adjustment of the leap year.
     Girard Perregaux ‘Opera 2’ is a 4-reed Westminster Bell Minute Repeater, which can be controlled by a hammer in the movement to make the instrument sound like a musical instrument. The invention of the minute repeater was earlier than the electric light. It allowed people to know the current hour, moment and minute by listening to the sound.
‘Opera 2’ is carefully assembled by hand. Each watch takes about 500 hours to make.
     ‘Opera 2’ is carefully assembled by hand, so it can be said that no two watches are exactly the same. Each watch takes about 500 hours to make. Now, this Girard Perregaux is exhibiting at the ROX store in Edinburgh, UK. At the launching ceremony, 350 guests led by hip-hop singer Labrinth went to support. There is a ROX Thrill Room in the ROX store for customers to relax, and a Laurent-Perrier bar is set up to serve customers. Customers can sip on premium champagne while lingering in exquisite diamonds and Hublot, Girard-Perregaux, Corum, Frederique Constant, Raymond Weil Equal names between tables.
     Girard Perregaux ‘Opera 2’ is a 4-reed Westminster Bell Minute Repeater. The invention of the minute repeater was earlier than the electric light. It allowed people to know the current hour, moment and minute by listening to the sound.