Swiss luxury watchmakers Greubel Forsey, renowned for creating timepieces with multiple tourbillons and inclined balance wheels with the aim of improving timekeeping precision, has now unveiled an update to its 2015 QP à Equation watch.
Now boasting a rhodium-colored gold dial, the reworked perpetual calendar style watch houses the brand’s newest innovations with the “Computer Mecanique,” as it displays indications in a small area at the number 4 section revealing a unit for the day, date and the month.
With this new mechanical computer component, the timepiece is now programmed to automatically display all the indications of the perpetual calendar, including the seasons, equinoxes, solstices, equation of time, date, day, month and the four-digit year. In terms of its movement, the regulation is achieved by a 24-second inclined tourbillon with a power reserve of 72 hours.
Furthermore, the watch will be enclosed in a white and gold case, while pricing is suggested at around $750,000 USD before taxes.
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- Source: Monochrome