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Greubel Forsey presented a new version of the award winning tourbillon 24 Seconds Vision in a red gold case at the recently concluded SIHH in Geneva. The watch is housed in a sapphire dome carved out on the timepiece’s display back, which forms a subtle vertical asymmetry.

This timepiece is refined with its enamelled indications on the solid gold dial, the hand-finished hands, and the lower tourbillon bridge, that requires extremely rare expertise.

By simply turning the timepiece over, the extent of its subtle originality is revealed. This watch presents two distinct faces, on the front, the lines exude an almost neoclassical purity, meanwhile the movement side displays a world of extreme-precision mechanics.

Greubel Forsey are renowned for making complicated watches – that are admired for their technical virtuosity of the highest degree. The purity of the mechanisms and unique structural design allows visual access to the movements to appreciate the creativity of each piece and its finesse.