Owning rare luxury watches is a treat for any serious watch collector. Discovered Greubel Forsey Balanciers, a watch that will never be made.
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Hodinkee.com stumbled upon the Greubel Forsey Balanciers Experiment watch that had never been shared with the world. According to the excellent viewing blog, this is the lowest point.
London-based Marcus managed to keep Greubel Forsey from being one of this kind of timepieces, because they fascinated them and made a prototype for the store.
What fascinates Marcus buyers is the contradictory movement of the watch, which does not involve the company’s award.
About Glauber Fauci
Since its founding in 2004, Greubel Forsey has won 11 awards for its tourbillon fake watch.
The tourbillon is an anti-gravity device found in many of the most expensive watches in the world, which keeps the watch’s internal mechanisms running. It is usually made of precious metals and is displayed through a transparent film on the dial.
What makes it tick
This timepiece was developed at the Greubel Forsey Experimental Watch Technical Center at the request of Marcus buyers. It uses two escapements to keep time. The movement can be seen through the transparent window on the left side of the dial.
Each escapement is displayed once per second, and is accompanied by a third second display to average the seconds of the two escapements.
The uniqueness of this timepiece is that it is one of the few watches made by the company, and if not the only one, it does not have the famous tourbillon movement.
The London Marcus watch is wrapped in platinum and has this timepiece, and Greubel Forsey confirmed that they will not be repeated. The suggested retail price of this unique watch is US$528,300.
The secret of the quadruple tourbillon
Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey partnered to form Greubel Forsey to make some of the most accurate timepieces in the world.
In 2011, they won an international timekeeping competition awarded by the Le Locle Watch Museum for using multiple tourbillons and tilting balance wheels.
The latest timepiece is “2012 Quadruple Tourbillion Secret”, which uses two double tourbillons for a total of four tourbillons. These tourbillons create four rotating cages, which distribute torque to the other two wheels rotating at different speeds.
The transparent back cover on the watch allows the owner to see the movement of the fake men watch, which is connected and connected to each other through a spherical differential. A constant velocity differential uses a spherical differential to provide a constant force to the tourbillon. This is an improvement over relying on the main spring, which transmits more or less force according to the tension in the spring.