Greubel Forsey specialises in award-winning timepieces that are technical to the highest degree. The luxury watchmaker is known for showcasing multiple tourbillons and balance wheels in their meticulously hand-finished pieces, resulting not only in high precision timekeeping, but visual masterpieces too.
Greubel Forsey’s fully independent production currently takes place in its workshops in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. Founders Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey had been working together at Renauld & Papi developing high-complication watch movements since 1992, before joining forces more than a decade later.
The pair launched Greubel Forsey in 2004 at BaselWorld, with the debut of their prize-winning Double Tourbillon 30° (DT30). Since then, the Manufacture has exhibited its mastery of the tourbillon and beyond in an array of releases, including the Quadruple Tourbillon à Différentiel (Quadruple Tourbillon) in 2007, and subsequently the Double Balancier 35°. The latter is the brand’s first release without a tourbillon, featuring two inclined balance wheels instead.
Greubel Forsey’s movements are equally as complex as they are well-finished, and there’s no better demonstration of the Manufacture’s commitment to premium craftsmanship than the Hand Made 1. 95% of the timepiece is assembled with hand-operated tools, each piece taking up to 6,000 hours -- three years -- to complete. The model was acknowledged by the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève as the best Men’s Complication Watch of 2020.
Greubel Forsey specialises in award-winning timepieces that are technical to the highest degree.