Double Tourbillon 30° Technique

Double Tourbillon 30° • hours and minutes • small seconds • outer tourbillon 4-minutes rotation • inner tourbillon 60-seconds • power-reserve

The Double Tourbillon Technique is a case study in precision mechanical watchmaking with the sapphire crystal acting as a portal through which to observe the mesmerizing workings of the intricately interlocking parts

Double Tourbillon 30°
Technique Sapphire

Sapphire
Limited edition 8 p.

Double Tourbillon 30°
Technique Black

Black ADLC titanium

The eye is naturally drawn from one gear to the next, enabling careful observation of each separate element

With the Double Tourbillon Technique, Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey have created a truly stunning timepiece that is faithful to their philosophy of technical visibility

Double Tourbillon 30°
Technique Bi - color

5N red gold
Unique edition 22 p.

Double Tourbillon 30°
Technique Bi - color

Platinum
Unique edition 22 p.

Each and every element of the mechanism is enhanced and displayed without overshadowing others

At the heart of the timepiece is the Double Tourbillon 30° mechanism; however, to perpetuate the art of horology and contribute to its 21st century development, several additional technical elements have been added, including four fast rotating co-axial barrels guaranteeing 120 hours of autonomy

Double Tourbillon 30°
Technique

Platinum

Double Tourbillon 30°
Technique

5N red gold

By virtue of its fully visible mechanism, the Double Tourbillon Technique is a showcase for Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey’s unique blend of technical mastery coupled with superb aesthetic finishing

The timepiece reinforces Greubel Forsey’s commitment to absolute quality and fine craftsmanship, also expressed in the discreet message from the inventor watchmakers engraved around the case band. These highly personal words convey Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey’s total dedication to their art and their contribution to horological advancement through fundamental research, the sophisticated architecture of their movements and their relentless pursuit of optimal timekeeping.

Double Tourbillon 30°
Technique

White gold