Girard Perregaux doesn't think about the lifespan of their timepieces in terms of years; they think of them, instead, in terms of generations. With a timeless design and an impeccable build, their watches speak volumes about your taste and style, but the release of the Girard Perregaux 1966 Collection with a 40mm stainless steel case is something your kin will be fighting over for decades for a chance to wear. In an age of function-heavy bezels, bulky cases, and packed dials, there's just something about a good, solid, and honest silver finish housing a brand-made full-rotor caliber GP03300-0030 movement. While watch collectors know simple, classic watchmaking is nothing new for Girard Perregaux, this isn't something we see everyday and we have, in a way, started to take for granted. Available now with a leather strap or a matching steel bracelet, beginning at $7,500. See more below and hit the GP site for additional details.