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Greubel Forsey - New models from SIHH 2012

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Greubel Forsey is not yet a brand that most people knows but, since its launch in 2004, it is making a name as one of the most innovative manufacturer in the very high-end complicated timepieces market.

This year at SIHH in Geneva, Greuble Forsey presented three new masterpieces.

The GMT features a second time zone indication complemented by a titanium-made three-dimensional globe providing an intuitive picture of time all over the world, all set in a distinctive white gold asymmetrical case.
A dual-function pusher allows quick setting of the second time zone, indicated on a small dial at 10 o'clock as well as adjustment of the rotating globe. Accuracy is assured by the 25° inclined Tourbillon 24 Secondes regulator, while a 72-hour power reserve indicator at 4 o'clock monitors available power.
On the back of the timepiece, a worldtime disc with cities in each of the 24 time zones facilitates the setting of the globe and provides an alternative view of universal time.
The second timepiece is the Tourbillon 24 Secondes Contemporain, a limited edition of 33 pieces in platinum.
The blue dial is blued titanium with two levels, giving the watch a three dimensional appearance. Clear sapphire is used for the hour index and tourbillon bridge (at first sight the bridge is almost invisible).
Detail of the dial and the bridge that holds up the hands

Last is the Quadruple Tourbillon Secret. "Secret" because the four tourbillons – a pair of double tourbillons – are hidden from view. They are visible only from the back or a peek from the sapphire window on the side of the case.
These watches demonstrate that Greubel Forsey is playing a clear role in pushing the limits of watch manufacturing mastery.

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