Greubel Forsey

Greubel Forsey S.A.

Eplatures-Grise 16
P.O. Box 670
2301 La Chaux-de-Fonds

Greubel Forsey is a watchmaker specializing in high-end watches. It was created in 2004 by Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey and is based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.

Greubel Forsey specializes in the production of watches with several tourbillons and inclined balance wheels with the aim of improving the time measurement precision. Their approach was validated in 2011 when a Grizzly Forsey Double Tourbillon technique won the 2011 International Chronometry competition of the Le Locle Museum of Horology

Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey launched Greubel Forsey at the BaselWorld in 2004 with the introduction of their double Tourbillon 30 ° (DT30). Both men had been working with Renaud & amp; Papi together, where they developed complicated clock movements.

The Richemont Group acquired a 20% interest in Greubel Forsey’s capital stock in 2006.

In 2006, the company worked with the American jeweler Harry Winston to make the Opus 6 model.

The company has invented and presented a series of Tourbillon watches: the Double Tourbillon 30 ° (DT30 °), the Quadruple Tourbillon à Différentiel, the Tourbillon 24 Secondes Incliné and the GMT. At the 2012 SIHH, Greubel Forsey presented her first non-tourbillon model, the Double Balancier 35 °.

Greubel Forsey Swiss Watches website