Girard-Perregaux’s 225-year history is full of horological innovation that has developed with the times. And in today’s globalized world, where people separated by continents can be connected with the touch of a screen, the world-time complication is more useful than ever. For the first time, Girard-Perregaux is introducing a world timer to its 1966 collection. The 1966 WW.TC features a rotating 24-hour disk with separate black-and-white halves that show the distinction between night and day. Two crowns, at three and nine o’clock, control the position of the reference city and the hours and minutes. The rest of the complication aligns itself, making this world timer exceptionally easy to use. The timepiece is available in either pink gold or steel and comes with a black alligator strap or a steel bracelet.