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Greubel Forsey GMT Balancier Convexe

No one does a GMT like Greubel Forsey and the company has just revealed its latest masterpiece, the GMT Balancier Convexe. The watch's central feature is a globe that is constructed out of titanium and features relief-engraved continents and an ocean blue treatment. The globe is also in constant rotation throughout the entire day, replicating the Earth's movement. The watch also features a 30-degree inclined balance wheel, 24 time zones in black or white to indicate day and night, and the case features a 46.5mm bezel diameter and a 43.5mm caseband diameter that is designed to hug the wrist. 

Only 66 watches will be produced and production will end in 2024. 


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