A Limited Edition of only 25cpieces, the new watch evokes the powerful phenomena of nature, the first days of spring with the rebirth of fertile soil or the fresh grass after rain, lush meadows, forests, valleys, and that need for wide-open spaces that inspires us to embark on adventure. The luxuriant green of the watch is a colour that heralds a feeling of renewal, of optimism and a new, organic energy directly linked with our natural universe.

Greubel Forsey has been working for many years on the development of a new type of tourbillon. Over the past three years, this tourbillon has transitioned from concept to reality and is now unveiled as the 8th Fundamental Invention of the Atelier. To reach a new level of chronometric precision, the Tourbillon Cardan is based on three pillars: a rapid rotating tourbillon, a revolving 30° inclined plane and two constantly tilting rings.

At the end of August and the beginning of September the watchmaking world was in the spotlight for a new edition of the Geneva Watch Days. Born in the midst of the pandemic as an alternative to the former SIHH (now Watches & Wonders), which was cancelled due to the obvious problems associated with the terrible disease, the GWD has grown strong as an independent event. This year’s edition gathered nearly forty brands, offering both exhibitors and journalists/collectors the chance to enjoy a much more relaxed environment.

The brand gives us the opportunity you to discover – or rediscover – its 1960s aquatic alarm watch in two fresh takes versions: Lagoon in a limited edition of 25 pieces, or Deep Black limited to 50 pieces. Both models embrace the latest watchmaking advances, yet retain the original Cricket Nautical vintage spirit, starting with the legendary Cricket V-10 manual caliber that ensures its hallmark alarm rings for up to 20 seconds underwater.