GMT Quadruple Tourbillon in Titanium Limited to 11
on Grey Rubber Strap with Grey Dial
Condition: This watch is in Mint Condition.* Complete with Box and Papers.
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* We have graded this watch to be 95% - there are minor scuffs or some wear on strap
Greubel Forsey, a master watchmaker of high luxury in Switzerland, is known for its mastery in haute horlogerie. To begin 2021, the company launced the GMT Quadruple Tourbillon, one of its most complex complications, in a new titanium case material.
The most recent GMT Quadruple Tourbillon has a new blue dial hue and is housed in a lighter, sportier non-precious metal, but it nevertheless has the same general design as its white-gold-cased predecessor. Following the release of the Greubel Forsey GMT Sport in 2019 and the Greubel Forsey Balancier S Limited Edition in 2020, both watches featured titanium casings, demonstrating the brand's ongoing interest in the material for its timepieces.
The GMT Quadruple Tourbillon's 46.5-mm asymmetrical case is made of polished titanium and stands out on the wrist at 17.45 mm in thickness. The exposed GMT globe is located on its left partially openworked side, and a deeply grooved, signed crown and GMT pusher are located on its right, allowing you to rapidly switch between time zones. The hand-polished titanium folding clasp, engraved with the GF emblem, secures the rubber or hand-sewn alligator leather strap to the wrist, which is fastened to the case's thick, slightly tapered lugs.
We pass beneath the convex sapphire crystal that is asymmetrical to reveal the GMT Quadruple Tourbillon's highly captivating dial. The main timekeeping display, which includes hours and minutes, is displayed in blue and begins in the upper-right corner. This represents the highest point of the layered anthracite configuration. A power-reserve indicator rests on the lower half of this time display, showing the remaining amount of the 72-hour reserve.