Greubel Forsey unveils the IP2

First published: 03-02-2011

Fashion watch fans may want to check out an elegant timepiece which is set to be launched by Greubel Forsey.

Entitled the Invention Piece 2 (IP2), the product is a tribute to the Quadruple Tourbillon, "recasting the original's innovative mechanism in a completely new movement", according to Watch Time.

Designed with a bulky 43.5mm asymmetrical case, the watch is made up from 594 components, adding a wealth of accuracy when reading the time.

The face of the timepiece has also been highly detailed, with the five o'clock location dominated by a sub-dial disk, which displays the hours and minutes.

Seconds are then found via a small sub-dial at ten o'clock, with a 56-hour power reserve indicator located nearby at 11 o'clock, with tourbillon systems completing the look and allowing consumers to view the timepiece's inner mechanics.

Greubel Forsey, which was formed by the creative minds of Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey, will be making the watch available in a choice of platinum and red gold finishes.


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