When Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey teamed up and launched Greubel Forsey in 2004, they shared a common view that there was still room for creativity in the development of complications in watchmaking. Their goal was to improve the performance of existing complications but also to invent innovative mechanisms. Over the years, they have honed their creative approach to fine watchmaking. The technical and aesthetic aspects complement one another, giving rise to bold creations. Greubel Forsey creations have been honoured with many prizes and are presented each year at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) in Geneva, which brings together some of the most prestigious watchmaking brands. Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey create just under one hundred timepieces each year – which speaks volumes about the quality of their workmanship and attention to detail.
Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey unveil a new timepiece showcasing a large, high precision and inclined balance wheel within a 100 metres water-resistant titanium case tailored for the most active lifestyle. The two inventor watchmakers took up the challenge of fully – and visibly – combining sport and chronometry! The unique ovoid case with ergonomic profile and integrated lugs, provides optimal protection for the movement. With this new calibre, the “Balancier S”, Greubel Forsey pursues the sporting adventure, pushing the technical limits to combine ergonomics, architecture and precision. A new ﬂagship in aesthetics and performance, innovation and craftsmanship.
GMT Sport Sincere Fine Watches Special Edition
Collectors wanted it; Greubel Forsey delivered. To highlight the sports ethos of its GMT Sport, the Chaux-de-Fonds based Atelier has developed an even livelier, edgier, and more contemporary version in a strictly limited edition for its Singapore-based partner Sincere Fine Watches. Now, Orange is the new GMT! What colour is sport? That may seem a surprising question, but for the majority of collectors over at Sincere Fine Watches, Greubel Forsey’s longstanding partner in Singapore, the answer is orange. It’s a rare colour, little used in watchmaking or indeed in Greubel Forsey’s usual palette – all the more reason, then, to adopt it here. Orange is a bright, vivid colour, symbolising controlled activity, movement, agility, and audacity – all cherished values at the Atelier. A good dose of audacity was definitely needed to clad the oceans and seas of the Earth, positioned at 7 o’clock, in a bright shade of orange. Back in 1929, poet Paul Éluard wrote that “The Earth is blue like an orange”; almost a century later, his words have come true. Greubel Forsey has woven the colour metaphor into its entire composition: on the internal bezel, the tips of the hours and minute hands, the crown, the engraving on the pushers, the hour markers, power reserve, and 2nd time zone GMT indication. Straps are presented in three options. The first in textured orange rubber with the Greubel Forsey core values engraved on the back; the second in a brand-new ultra-light titanium integrated bracelet decorated with polished, matte, and frosted finishes exuding a dressier, more sophisticated look; and finally a traditional black strap