The watch’s 43.5mm case has now been constructed in a luxurious 5N rose gold, paired elegantly with a new chocolate-brown gold dial with lumed hands and indices as well as a Roman numeral at 12 o’clock. Both the dial and caseback are adorned with a variety of subdials and scales, reflective of the most impressive feat of the watch: the 75-jewel 15-complication movement built with 624 components, with functions including hours, minutes, seconds, a 24-scond tourbillon, a 24-hour indicator, a power reserve indicator, a perpetual calendar with a disc-based display, a mode selector display, the equation of time on reverse, as well as a year display on reverse. Hand-wound, the movement boasts a power reserve of 72 hours and operates as 21,600 vibrations per hour. With a water resistance of 30m, the QP À Équation comes complete with a matching brown alligator strap secured via rose gold clasp.
For those interested, the Greubel Forsey QP À Équation rose gold and brown edition is now available, setting you back roughly $680,000 USD. Head over to the company’s website to learn more now.
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