Greubel Forsey Double Tourbillon 30° Technique
Limited to 22 pieces, this timepiece is arguably the ultimate of high-end niche watchmaking from a brand that’s just 10 years old. For those willing to cough up high-six digits to enter this very exclusive haute horlogerie club, this bi-color version of the impenetrable original hits a home run. An inner tourbillon positioned at a 30-degree angle that rotates once every minute and an outer tourbillon that rotates once every four minutes? It’s like wearing a mini super-factory on your wrist; every single one of the 385 parts is beautifully synced with the next. The 47.5 mm platinum case boasts titanium sides and black chromium treatment on the bridges and main plate. Mechanically speaking, this is the Koenigsegg of watches.