#1 Greubel Forsey Watch GMT Balancier Convexe Men von nicereplica 10.11.2022 04:06

Greubel Forsey GMT Earth Final Edition Black

After a decade and several iterations, the best for last; the final Greubel Forsey GMT Earth.

In their latest final release, the off-center hour, minute and second display is still there. The hands are large, openworked, with a SuperLumiNova tip. Small seconds on a sapphire disc at 3 o'clock. On the left is the GMT indicator with red hands against the hand-engraved black-gold lacquer disc. Next to the crown is the power-reserve indicator – a black engraved gold section, fully lacquered and covered by silver polished steel hands. Between 7 and 9, the earth globe is revealed. It turns every 24 hours and looks like it's floating in free space. As in earlier versions, Universal Time in 24 time zones is displayed on the disc.

The earth turned and Greubel Forsey kept going. Today, Atelier unveils its third Earth interpretation of GMT Earth. This unique and now more modern piece features a new titanium case with a more elegant dark black finish.

Earth is a global village that humans cannot see at a glance: its vast spaces and curved geometries provide us with a never-ending horizon. At least, until now. With GMT Earth, Greubel Forsey has created a watch that, for the first time, allows you to see the world at a glance.

This technological feat first appeared in 2011. At the time of the first "GMT", the Earth was not yet fully manifested. Seven years later, the design for Earth is finally complete: visible from every angle in the new sapphire niche, it appears to be floating in space. On the front and back, a laser-engraved globe shows the world time in a quick and easy-to-read format.

GMT • Second time zone • Rotating earth with universal time and day and night • Full global view from northern to southern hemisphere • Universal time in 24 time zones • Summer and winter time • 24-second tourbillon • Hours and minutes • Small seconds • Power reserve.

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