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Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey are two of the most qualified and expert watchmakers in the extant field of horology. Their dedication to the pursuit of peerless quality is expressed in their unique and superlative manufactured movements that are available to the discerning few.
Greubel Forsey is a watchmaking company specializing in very high-end complicated timepieces. It was launched in 2004 by Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey and is based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.
It has made itself a name as a watch manufacturer, specially thanks to its invention of watches with two and four tourbillon mechanisms in the same watch case, and the patented mechanisms that allows them to get their force from the same main spring.
Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey launched Greubel Forsey in 2004 at Baselworld with the introduction of their Double Tourbillon 30? (DT30). Both men had been working together since 1992 at Renaud & Papi, where they developed complicated watch movements.
In 2006 the Richemont group acquired a 20% stake in Greubel Forsey?s share capital.
In 2006 the company collaborated with American jeweller Harry Winston to make the Opus 6 model.
The company has also invented and presented four different tourbillon-based watches: the Double Tourbillon 30? (DT30?) in 2004, the Quadruple Tourbillon à Différentiel in 2005, the Tourbillon 24 Secondes Incliné in 2006, and the Invention Piece 1 in 2007, derived from the original DT30.