Following its recent GPHG success, Greubel Forsey has launched a new masterpiece, the QP à Équation. This magnificent timepiece adds the Equation of Time function to the brand’s perpetual calendar. It also simplifies the perpetual calendar display and setting with the use of the bi-directional crown being prioritized.
The dial displays three windows showing the day, date and month as well as other indications found in perpetual calendars, such as the leap year. The case-back of the watch features the Equation of Time along with the months, seasons, solstices and equinoxes and the calendar year.
One of the other groundbreaking features of this timepiece is Greubel Forsey’s invention, the Tourbillon 24 Secondes which provides high timekeeping performance thanks to its fast-rotational speed and inclined 25° angle. The watch also boasts a chocolate-colored gold dial housed in a red gold case.
Including the Equation of Time in a movement is a prowess in itself, but Greubel Forsey always goes the extra mile and manages to make it look good.