Greubel Forsey The World’s Costliest Watch

Greubel Forsey is a watchmaking company specializing in high-end timepieces. It was launched in 2004 by Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey and is based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.

Greubel Forsey specialize in inventing timepieces with multiple tourbillons and inclined balance wheels with the aim of improving timekeeping precision. Their approach was validated in 2011 when a Greubel Forsey Double Tourbillon Technique won the 2011 International Chronometry Competition held by the Le Locle Museum of Horology.

 

Greubel Forsey is the world’s costliest watch which costs 13 Crores. This watch looks very stylish works in any climate. It is manufactured by the world’s top watch manufacturing company which is based in Switzerland. The main key feature of this watch is that it shows clearly the mechanism how it works. It also works in anti gravity irrespective of the temperature.

The manufacturer decided to sell this highly designed watch only in the united states of america. They only manufactured 8 watched. It costs  around 2 Million US dollers.

The Double Balancier 35° features two inclined fixed-oscillators coupled with a spherical differential, which provides the average of their rates to the gear train and time display. Between the two visible inclined balances, small seconds at 7 o’clock displays the running instantaneous average of the two regulators, while a 72-hour power reserve indicator at 2 o’clock keeps track of available power.

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