THE GYROMATIC - Girard-Perreguax, renowned as a traditional watchmaking house, has also had a flare for innovation in the past. Throughout the 1950s the watch industry saw a growing wave of consumers request self-winding wristwatches. As a response to this demand, Girard-Perregaux released its first ‘automatic’ wristwatch; the Gyromatic. . The first movement in the Gyromatic family was introduced in 1957 and coined the "21" series. The release of this movement was dually significant: first, in the context of the Girard-Perregaux brand itself, and second, in the context of technological innovation. For Girard-Perregaux as a brand, this led to the development of the 32 series and the legendary high frequency chronometer released in 1966, the Caliber 32A – heritage they still use for branding to this day (e.g. the name of their current “1966” collection). From the perspective of technology, the high frequency chronometer was one of the most prominent automatic wristwatches of its time. Emblematic of its success is the fact that in 1967, 70% of chronometer certificates issued by the Neuchâlet Observatory were awarded to Girard-Perregaux high frequency chronometers. . More recently at Baselworld 2016, Girard-Perregaux released a homage to the 1957 original called the Girard-Perregaux 1957 “Tribute to the Gyromatic”, following many other brands in capitalizing on the recent surge in the vintage watch market. . Pictured above is the Girard-Perregaux Gyromatic, one of our colleagues’ first vintage watch purchases, eventually gifted to a friend for their graduation. It has 39 jewels, an 18-ct. gold, coined bezel on a steel case, and a small date at 3 o’clock. Based on the limited information obtained about this specific piece, it is assumed to have been produced between 1957 and 1959.
This is a Vostok Military, legendary watch of commanders ▾ Item located in Ukraine ◌ Komandirskie Airborne forces ◌ Movement is in a fully working condition. Keeps good time. It is fully mechanical. The watch is used! The dial is original. ◌ Caliber 2414A 17 Jewels Watch is dust-proof, shockproof balance Water-resistant Watch have a calendar (Date display) Back: stainless steel Luminescent hands and hour markers ◌ Case: 42x38 mm Crystal: 35 mm Thickness: 10 mm Central second hand ◌ Cosmetic condition: see photos Additional photos can be sent
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