Kari Voutilainen – GMR
One of the present most regarded free watchmakers, Kari Voutilainen offers a Baselworld 2015 review with the GMR, another watch highlighting a 24-hour second time region and retrograde force save marker.
The GMR is fueled by a hand wound development altogether planned and hand tailored in the Voutilainen ace workshop in the town of Môtiers.
Created in German silver and rhodium plated, this mechanical type comprises of no under 250 components and 28 gems. It is carefully gotten done with Geneva stripes design and hand chamfered angles which can be respected through the sapphire gem case back.
The rich dial with applied Roman numerals is made from strong silver and motor turned by hand. The little seconds sub-dial at 6 o’clock is embraced continuously time region sign. To outwardly offset them, the retrograde force save marker is situated at 12 o’clock. The subsequent time region can be effectively changed by the crown in one-hour increases.
The 39 mm case is accessible in white gold, rose gold or platinum with costs of Swiss Francs 108,000 for the gold variants and Swiss Francs 118,000 for the platinum one. Just 12 bits of the Kari Voutilainen GMR will be produced. voutilainen.ch