Greubel Forsey unveiled their GMT back in 2011, delivering a unique timepiece that brought an exceptional precision movement which featured a 24-second tourbillon with 25° inclination. Now, the GMT is offered in a platinum backdrop. What really sets this watch apart is the incorporation of a terrestrial globe completing each anti-clockwise rotation in 24 hours to align with the Earth’s rotation. The planisphere presents all the global time zones in real time, with everything available at a single glance. With all the fine details and intricacies, it makes sense the GMT’s case comes in at 43.5 mm wide.
The black dial and plate finishing looks pristine against the silver details of the registers and indicators. Inside, you’ll see the 443-component calibre is powered by two barrels providing a 72-hour power reserve with a frequency of 21,600 vibrations/hour. The same worldtime complication is here as with other Greubel Forsey GMT models.
Greubel Forsey’s Platinum GMT retails for $630,000 and is available through select boutiques worldwide, including Cellini in New York.