The brand’s iconic four tourbillon movements are combined with the ingenious GMT Earth function.
Greubel Forsey (Greubel Forsey) launched the GMT Quadruple Tourbillon (tourbillon tourbillon), this is a watch heavyweight watch, combined with its iconic Quadruple Tourbillon (tourbillon tourbillon) and its unique GMT Watch. This is a timepiece. Four tourbillons can be seen on the dial, two independent time zones are displayed on two different dials, and the 24-hour universal time is displayed on the back cover.
Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey first introduced the Double Tourbillon 30° in 2004. It consists of a first cage with an angle of 30°, which completes its rotation in one minute and is placed in another flat cage, which completes its complete rotation in four minutes. . The different speeds of the two cages help to offset the time changes caused by the earth’s gravity, thus ensuring accurate timing. In 2005, they invented the Quadruple Tourbillon (quadruple tourbillon), the tourbillon combines the feat of two sets of Double Tourbillon (double tourbillon), making the watch an important symbol of this high-end watch company.
In 2011, the duo demonstrated their superb skills on multi-time zone watches, and they were recently joined by GMT Earth. By reproducing the rotation of the earth in real time, the timepiece provides an intuitive view of the world’s time and day/night indication.Discount copy watch
Now, in the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) quadruple tourbillon, the quadruple tourbillon has been combined with multiple time zone displays. The asymmetric white gold case of this watch is 46.5 mm wide and 17.45 mm high. Don’t try to hide it under the shirt cuffs. It has a polished bezel, and the strap is hand-decorated with a straight grain effect. The proportion of the case can accommodate a high-domed sapphire crystal bezel, and there are side windows on the strap to view the equator and southern hemisphere of the earth.
Greubel Forsey copy watches are famous for their movement and dial structure. The main dial located between 1 o’clock and 2 o’clock has a round texture and a polished black gold-treated golden hour ring. It forms the highest point of the dial and emphasizes the asymmetrical shape of the case. There is a 72-hour standby power display in the main dial.
Below this height at the 4 o’clock position, a small second is placed, which shares its axis with the second time zone display, which can be adjusted by the pusher in one-hour increments. The rotating earth is placed between 8 and 9 and is surrounded by a 24-hour fixed ring around the equator and displays local time for all longitudes-taking into account the day/night indicator.
Four tourbillons (two pairs) are placed on both sides of the earth. The tourbillon has an open and transparent structure and is fixed by a flat black polished bridge, decorated with golden reliefs and hand-polished bevels and counter holes.
Turn the watch over to view the world time with a fixed 24-hour day/night time zone and a disk with 24 three-letter abbreviations representing different time zones. The disk can also distinguish time zones that implement “Daylight Saving Time” (Daylight Saving Time) displayed in light colors; those that are not (displayed on a dark background). The nickel-silver bridge frame is frosted, and the jewels are set in golden chat diamonds. As you would expect from Greubel Forsey timepieces, this movement is completed to a very high standard.
The movement consists of 705 parts, of which 206 belong to only four tourbillon cages. The spherical differential used in the four tourbillons consists of 28 parts. The movement has a power reserve of 72 hours, thanks to three series-connected fast-rotating barrels (1 revolution in 3.2 hours), one of which is equipped with a sliding spring to avoid excessive tension. Wholesale copy watch