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Welcome to Greubel Forsey's timeline

1999

Robert Greubel (CompliTime Greubel, la Neuveville) and Stephen Forsey (Stephen Forsey, Bureau d’Etude et Prototypy, le Locle) begin working as independents.

2000

Feasibility studies and validations

2001

Foundation of CompliTime SA
Double Tourbillon 30° (patented in 2001)
Launch of the Double Tourbillon 30°
Presentation of the EWT reseach platform
Quadruple Tourbillon (patent submitted in 2004)

Harry Winston and Greubel Forsey present the Opus 6

Launch of the Tourbillon 24 Seconds (patent submitted in 2004)

Creation of the Timeaeon Foundation

Richemont group buys a minority stake in Greubel Forsey

Launch of the Tourbillon 24 Seconds and the Double Tourbillon 30° Secret
Différentiel d’Egalité
(patent submitted in 2006)

Launch of the Quadruple Tourbillon
Double Balancier 35° (patent submitted in 2007)
Double Tourbillon 30° Technique awarded first prize in the category "Grand Complication" by the Grand Prix de l’Horlogerie de Genève

Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey receive the Prix Gaïa for their "Spirit of enterprise"
Presentation of Invention Piece 3

Double Tourbillon 30° Technique

First encounter with British micro-sculpture, Willard Wigan

Launch of the Double Tourbillon 30°
Edition Historique

The Double Tourbillon 30° Edition Historique awarded the "Aiguille d'Or" by the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève for the best watch in all catagories

Presentation of Invention Piece 2

Opening of Time Art Gallery GF in Shangai for the exhibition of contemporay art

The Double Tourbillon 30° Technique wins the 2011 International Chronometry Competition with a total of 915/1000 points<

Launch of the GMT

Art Piece 1

Launch of the Le Garde temps - Naissance d'une montre project with the aim of safeguarding and sharing traditional watchmaking skills and knowledge
Invention Piece 2 awarded first prize in the category "Grand Complication" by the Grand Prix de l’Horlogerie de Genève
Launch of the Double Tourbillon Asymétrique
Launch of the Double Tourbillon Technique Titanium Black, the first Greubel-Forsey movement in titanium
Presentation of the Double Balancier 35°, Greubel Forsey's first non-tourbillon movement
Contemporain in natural titanium
GMT white gold, GMT 5N red gold and GMT platinum
Launch of the diamond-set Tourbillon
24 Secondes
Contemporain
Launch of the
Double Tourbillon
Technique 30° Bi-color
QP à Équation
The Computeur Mécanique for the QP à Equation
7th invention (the subject of three new patents)
Launch
of the Tourbillon 24 Secondes Vision
in white gold
It is by exchanging skills
that history retains its vitality
GMT Movement 5N + GMT Black