Girard-Perregaux Chrono Hawk Steel Watch

By Jovan Krstevski





The Chrono Hawk collection is now available with a well needed stainless steel bracelet that goes very well with the rest of the watch. When the collection debuted in late 2012 they were on rubber-lined leather straps in black or brown.

This new bracelet has a distinctive functional geometric style combining two types of links on the bracelet that form a pattern of powerful contemporary watch design, making a perfect fit with the strong lines of the Hawk Collection’s watch cases.The bracelet also features a micro-adjuster to help with sizing.


Girard-Perregaux movement GP3300-0074 (metallic blue dial) / GP3300-0075 (silver dial)

The size of the case still remains at 44mm, and has a large bezel with an octagonal rubber edge and rubber caps on the large pushers and crown. The dial comes in either metallic blue or silver, is built on several levels and decorated with a pattern using the shape of the famous Girard- Perregaux tourbillon bridge. Functions include hour, minute, date, small second and chronograph. Powered by the inhouse mechanical self-winding caliber GP03300, which provides a 46-hour power reserve.

Overall, the well needed steel bracelet is well designed and goes very well with the Chrono Hawk collection.


Technical Specifications

Case in steel
Diameter: 44.00 mm
Crystal: anti-reflective sapphire
Case-back: sapphire crystal, secured by 6 screws
Water resistance: 100 meters (10 ATM)

Girard-Perregaux movement GP3300-0074 (metallic blue dial) / GP3300-0075 (silver dial)
Mechanical, self-winding movement
Diameter: 30.00 mm (13 ’’’)
Frequency: 28,800 Vib/h – (4 Hz)
Power reserve: min. 46 hours
Jewels: 61
Functions: hour, minute, date, small second, chronograph

Steel bracelet
Steel folding buckle micro-adjustable

49970-11-133-11A (silver dial)
49970-11-431-11A (metallic blue dial)


Jovan Krstevski – Founder, Proprietor & Executive Editor

Watch collector, aficionado and a Event profile in the Swedish nightlife. He launched Watchgeek back in 2011, which is now known as WristReview.  He quotes ’WristReview is a site to help people find, explore, discover and enjoy wristwatches.’ His passion jump started in his early teens, when he was given his first mid-range wristwatch which was an Omega Seamaster. Since then he has always been in love with wristwatches!