Today, Greubel Forsey unveils a new timepiece emphasizing the architectural dimension of its 6th invention that is the Double Balancier. The three regulating organs (two balance wheels, one differential) occupy more than half of the dial and provide unprecedented depth. The timepiece is contrasting, highly technical and more contemporary than ever.
This new composition showcases its movement spectacularly. The gear train emerges from below the surface of the seemingly semicircular black-treated titanium bridge and extends into the hour and minute hands which tower above it.
Every single component is hand finished to Greubel Forsey criteria and thus stands out on its own, and at the same time it contributes to the striking overall æsthetic of this timepiece.
The integrated and profiled lugs reinforce the compact and ergonomic character of this timepiece. They extend onto either a textured rubber strap or titanium bracelet. Only 22 Double Balancier Convexe timepieces will be made per year between 2022 and 2024 for a total of 66 pieces overall.
Double Balancier Convexe
Movement with manual winding, Double Balancier, hours and minutes, small seconds, spherical constant differential rotation in 4 minutes, power reserve.Download the data sheet
- Case material Titanium
- Limitation 66 pieces (2022-2024)
- Chronometric power reserve 72 hours
- Case diameter 46.5 mm
- Water resistance 10 ATM - 100 m - 328 ft
- Number of parts 374
- Frequency 21,600 vibrations/hour
- Height (incl. crystal) 14.35 mm