In 2013, Greubel Forsey released the first version of this incredible GMT that features an angled 24-second tourbillon as well as a spherical globe. In 2019, the company upgraded the already deluxe timepiece by releasing the GMT Quadruple Tourbillon in white gold that added an additional tourbillon. This month, GF has the latest edition of the watch ready for release, swapping out white gold for titanium with 805 individual components, 705 of which power the manually-wound movement that sits inside the robust 46.5 mm case. There are also new hand-finished details that include a bright blue circular-grained hour ring with polished bevels and the 72-hour power reserve arc. The hour and minute ring get the blue treatment as well, while a blue rubber strap completes the look. Only 11 examples were made.