In the 15 many years since its debut at the Baselworld in 2004, Greubel Forsey's dual tourbillon 30° complication never been out of date. Instead, the actual impressive adjustment mechanism needs to be the center of attention in any view it has, only being necessary to adapt to a more modern atmosphere. This eternal double tourbillon is an island of peacefulness in a constantly changing business, whether it is wrapped in red-colored gold, platinum, platinum or even sapphire, it will continue to appear in your home. Now, it first made an appearance in ceramics. The Greubel Forsey Double Tourbillon 30° Technique watch is the very first watch in the series having a blue ceramic case (48. 40 mm × seventeen. 77 mm), and its visual effect is completely different from earlier times.
In case you look back at the previous Cooper Forsy double tourbillon series, you will see the regular appearance of precious metals, the only real exception is the sapphire situation. The classic style and framework of the case has always offered as an intellectual foil for your brand's more well-known avant-garde interiors. But the integration of the older concept of complication and also the birth of an ultra-modern circumstance benefited from the brand's smart decision to mix the movement materials itself. The brand did not to put it simply the old movement into a fancy new case, but additional a variety of sapphire elements-the the majority of eye-catching is the sapphire tourbillon bridge that spans the low quadrant of the movement, providing the impression. It is the twice tourbillon that is actually traveling (in fact, when it is really anchored).
As you would expect from any two times tourbillon, the timing possible of this piece is very amazing. Set in the frame which rotates every four moments is a smaller frame using a balance wheel and hairspring, which are inclined 30° according to four-minute frame. The second crate completes a full circle within 1 minute. This interesting mechanism is powered through four coaxially mounted barrels, which can produce a 120-hour wathe power reserve.
Although legibility is definitely an issue for such a complicated watch, it is large and chic against a busy background which includes blue solar photon knobs, sandblasted bridges, sapphire elements, and beautifully decorated barrels. The arrow pointer is extremely prominent.
Because of all the sapphire bridges, the setting is more active than the brand name expected. In addition to aesthetics, the particular sapphire movement components are very challenging to process. The usage of specialized tools to complete these types of works meets the standards that individuals expect from the Gaupe Lot of money movement.