Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey have shown creative daring and boldness in uniting their second Fundamental Invention, the Quadruple Tourbillon, with their ground breaking interpretation of the GMT with its outsized rotating globe. Displaying three time zones along with a universal time function, this exceptional timepiece is distinguished by its three-dimensional architecture created with extreme attention to fine craftsmanship.
The ground-breaking spirit that is a hallmark of Greubel Forsey is particularly evident in this timepiece. It incorporates a globe to make three time zone displays visible. By reproducing the Earth's rotation in real time, this timepiece offers an intuitive view of time all over the world and a day/night indication. With this creation, Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey totally reinterpreted the very notion of the GMT as a watchmaking complication.
The GMT displays a spinning globe as a real-time reproduction of the Earth’s rotation. It offers an intuitive view of time all over the world as well as a day/night indication. A lateral window also floods the globe with light to symbolize daytime and reveals more of the southern hemisphere. This timepiece features the Tourbillon 24 Secondes and displays its information on various dials and sectors.