In the world of watches, grand complications equipped with Tourbillon movements sit at the top of the list for luxury hand-made timepieces. This is a statement that Swiss watchmaker Greubel Forsey knows all too well, as they continue to add to its GMT Quadruple Tourbillon Collection. Greubel Forsey is proud to announce the reveal of its Titanium and Blue GMT Quadruple Tourbillon, a 46.5mm titanium timepiece with enough timekeeping technology to acquire three patents for the movement alone. Underneath the elegant sapphire crystal, the dial houses a multitude of mechanisms, including two synchronized Double Tourbillons and a rotating terrestrial globe. Along with the ability to easily set to multiple timezones, the new Greubel Forsey GMT displays 24 major cities and an accurate scale for the 72-hour power reserve. A matching blue rubber strap and titanium clasp help tie together the earth and sea inspiration behind the piece. The Greubel Forsey Titanium and Blue GMT Quadruple Tourbillon is currently available and limited to 11 pieces as part of the collection.

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