The new Greubel Forsey model unlike any other in its vast collection.
The process of watchmaking continues to grow and adapt with new technologies, allowing leading brands the opportunity to take watch and movement designs to the next level. It’s the same forward-thinking that the horology experts at Grebuel Forsey incorporates into its collection of exquisite examples. Following its progression as an innovator, Greubel Forsey is excited to debut the limited-edition Tourbillon 24 Secondes Architecture as a new release developed unlike any other of its timepieces. While traditional case shape of a wristwatch proves to be timeless, Greubel Forsey showcases an optimal ergonomic 47.05mm titanium design that ensures wrist comfort for any collector. Using a series of crystal sapphires, the Tourbillon 24 Secondes Architecture takes on 360-degree visibility for the first-time ever.
A variable geometry inner bezel highlights raised text of words that are synonymous with the development and execution of the Tourbillon 24 Secondes Architecture. The skeletonized dial configuration displays the complex inner workings of the watch, showcases the technology that drives its hours and minutes, small-seconds, 24-seconds toubillon rotation, and power reserve functions. Delivering power to the Tourbillon 24 Secondes Architecture is Greubel Forsey’s in-house Tourbillon movement, suspending its 354-part construction on a three-dimensional plane. The limited-edition pieces proves its functionality by providing an impressive 90-hour power reserve while operating under a 50-meter water resistance. Greubel Forsey fits each of the new Tourbillon 24 Secondes with a non-animal rubber band and matching titanium folding clasp. Over a 3-year period, Greubel Forsey will be releasing 65-pieces in total (11 pieces in 2022, and then 18 pieces per year from 2023 to 2025) with a price tag of $500,000. Check back into duPont REGISTRY for more upcoming luxury watch news and releases.
Source: Greubel Forsey