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Independent watchmaker Laurent Ferrier introduces a new sport watch that is inspired by Ferrier's former career in the 24 Hour of Le Mans, a race he competed in seven times and won first place in the two-liter prototype category in 1977. Now a respected watchmaker, Ferrier introduces the Grand Sport Tourbillon, a sophisticated sport watch a smoked taupe-colored dial, orange superluminova indices, orange superluminova-filled white gold hands, and a tinted spherical crystal that adds a rounded profile when viewing the watch from the side. The tourbillon movement is comprised of 235 components and has a power reserve of 80 hours. The 44mm case is made out of stainless steel and features a polished bezel with satin-finished sides and it's fitted with a taupe-colored rubber strap.

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