Esquire Malaysia Watch Guide - - Indispensables -

Greubel Forsey made only five copies of this piece whose mech­a­nism is ex­tremely com­plex. Its per­pet­ual cal­en­dar is con­trolled in the sim­plest pos­si­ble man­ner by the crown, and you can ad­just func­tions back­ward or for­ward. Read­abil­ity is also mag­nif­i­cent: At 3 o’clock, the day, date and month can be seen at a glance. It in­cludes a 24-Sec­ond tour­bil­lon with 25 de­grees tilt and an equa­tion of time to find out the real so­lar time (sep­a­rate the av­er­age time for an in­ter­val rang­ing from sev­eral seconds to more than 16 min­utes). The equa­tion of time is clearly vis­i­ble in the rear of the watch and pro­vides in­for­ma­tion about the dif­fer­ence be­tween so­lar time and half hour, the sea­sons, the sol­stices and equinoxes, and the year in four dig­its. White gold case. Au­to­matic Cal­i­bre GF07 with 72 hours of power re­serve. In an al­li­ga­tor leather strap.

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