Watchmaker Greubel Forsey is well-regarded for its trademark tourbillon watches. In 2015, the brand launched its QP à Equation watch, a refined take on the perpetual calendar style watch. Now, the model is being reworked with a new face, which includes a Rhodium-colored gold dial.
Boasting one of Greubel Forsey’s innovations, the “Computer Mecanique”, the watch features three apertures on the 4 that legibly display the day, date and month. The watch is programmed to display various elements of time in the context of the perpetual calendar — seasons, solstices, equinoxes and so on. Instead of utilizing pushers or buttons, the Greubel Forsey QP à Equation eschews the delicacy of traditional QP watches by utilizing its crown to calibrate the indications. To complement the new Rhodium-colored gold dial, the watch will arrive in a white-gold case.
Interested parties can expect to pay approximately $682,280 USD for the new design. Anyone who purchases fine watches may wish to invest in a protective display case, like this bulletproof one from Buben & Zorweg.
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